Kinsley, Michael
May 1995
New Republic;5/8/95, Vol. 212 Issue 19, p10
Illustrates the ambiguity in the stand of Christian Coalition leader and televangelist Pat Robertson on anti-Semitism and Israel. Textual analysis on a portion of his article that appeared in the April 12, 1995 issue of the "Wall Street Journal"; Criticism on Robertson; Influence of the Christian Coalition on the U.S. Republican Party.


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