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Wealth & Poverty Review Social Issues in Forefront of 2012 Election


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James Robison and I argue in the
Christian Post that so-called “social issues” such as marriage,
abortion, and religious freedom will play an important role in the 2012
election:

We’re told that the 2012 election is all about jobs
and the economy. So-called social issues such as marriage, abortion, and
religious freedom have been moved to the back burner. Don’t count on it. Social
issues will also figure prominently in the coming months. President Obama has
made sure of that.

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Jay W. Richards

Senior Fellow at Discovery, Senior Research Fellow at Heritage Foundation
Jay W. Richards, Ph.D., is the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, and the Executive Editor of The Stream. Richards is author or editor of more than a dozen books, including the New York Times bestsellers Infiltrated (2013) and Indivisible (2012); The Human Advantage; Money, Greed, and God, winner of a 2010 Templeton Enterprise Award; The Hobbit Party with Jonathan Witt; and Eat, Fast, Feast. His most recent book, with Douglas Axe and William Briggs, is The Price of Panic: How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic Into a Catastrophe.