God at the Grass Roots

Clyde Wilcox (Editor) Mark J. Rozell (Editor)


In the only book-length examination of the Christian Right's impact on the historic 1994 elections, leading scholars of religion and politics, and national and state elections catalog the movement's strengths and weaknesses in a variety of situations, as well as its prospects for 1996 and beyond.

Product Details

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Publish Date
September 12, 1995
6.0 X 1.0 X 9.0 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Mark J. Rozell is professor and chair of the department of politics at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Clyde Wilcox, associate professor of government at Georgetown University, is the author of several books, including God's Warriors: The Christian Right in 20th Century America (Johns Hopkins, 1992).


This engaging collection of essays is essential reading for political practitioners and scholars interested in electoral politics.....
Provides especially useful insights . . .....
Combines detailed analyses of politics in the trenches with a high level of theoretical sophistication.....--Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
This book is the best resource available on the Christian Right's influence on the 1994 elections. It contains a rich set of case studies and many engaging theoretical propositions that makes it essential to understanding the contemporary Christian Right.....--Professor Matthew Moen, University of Maine
Rozell and Wilcox have assembled a diverse and talented cast who produce a volume that makes a contribution to our understanding of the connections between social movements and electoral politics. It is a necessary addition for those interested in the Christian right, and worthwhile for those interested in electoral politics, political parties, and social movements. Students and scholars alike can take the work at face vaule, gaining valuable insights and learning crucial lessons....--Paul A. Djupe, Gustavus Adolphus College