Redeemer : the life of Jimmy Carter
Discusses how the progressive principles of a born-again Evangelical Christian peanut farmer, which included racial justice, women's rights and concern for the plight of the poor, won the presidency in 1976—a sharp contrast to today's conservative views of the Religious Right.
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