After Vietnam and Watergate, America is looking for a 'good father'--and despite media befuddlement at the 'born again' Jimmy Carter, his religious faith helps convince voters he can heal the nation. Carter's election heralds a new era of evangelical engagement in every area of modern life, from broadcast to basketball. But modern life also means conservative Christians choose polarization on those issues instead of reuniting the American family.
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