Episode: First Impressions #72: Seth Dowland on Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right

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First Impressions #72: Seth Dowland on Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right
“Family values” isn’t just a political slogan. It's a core feature in the identity of conservative evangelicals born from a response to the counterculture of the 1960s. Art Remillard talks with Seth Dowland about his new book, Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right. Dowland is assistant professor of religion at Pacific Lutheran University.

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