When worlds collide: Politics, religion, and media at the 1970 East Tennessee Billy Graham crusade

King, Randall E.
March 1997
Journal of Church & State;Spring97, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p273
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between politics, religion and media in one of the experiences of evangelist Billy Graham during the 1970 East Tennessee Billy Graham crusade. Heckling of Graham's speech during the crusade by people opposing former United States President Richard Nixon's policy on the Vietnam War; Significance of Graham's close personal relationship with Nixon.


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