downplaying the religious dimension asrnmuch as possible, excising the radicalismrnthat derives from that dimension andrndepicting the movement as simply anotherrnadjunct of the conservative (i.e.,rnneoconservative) apparat. Thus, whilernMr. Bennett, in the June 26 WashingtonrnPost, defended the Christian Right'srnright to take part in politics and the rolernof religion in . . .
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