- Title Pages
OneGroup Identities and Politics in the United States
TwoPutting Things in Context: Religious and Political Attachments over Time
ThreeA Life-Cycle Theory of Religion and Politics
FourTracking Religious Trajectories over a Lifetime
FivePartisans’ Religious Responses to the Political Environment
SixThe Religious and Political Consequences of Political Knowledge
SevenFaithful Partisans: A Closer Look at African Americans
EightGeneralizing the Life-Cycle Theory: A Reevaluation of the 1960 Election
NineThe Religious Sort
- From Politics to the Pews
Michele F. Margolis
- University of Chicago Press
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