Religious Right Groups Demand Litmus Test For Supreme Court

October 2001
Church & State;Oct2001, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p17
Focuses on the campaign of Religious Right members for a supreme court judge sharing the same belief with the group on abortion in the United States. Organization of the campaign called 'Shake the Nation'; Division among Religious Right groups over the decision of Bush for limited stem cell research; Apprehensions of Religious Rights activists on the decision of Bush for an anti-abortion justice.


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