Ralph Reed to Jim Wallis: Broad Concerns Are Compatible with a Focused Agenda

By Ralph Reed 9-20-2006

Part four of a dialogue between Jim Wallis and former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed on the question: "What should values voters value most?"

Jim, I fear you have been paying only selective attention to religious conservatives. Conservative people of faith care about a broad range of issues, including tax relief, education, poverty, racial reconciliation, crime and drugs, welfare reform

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