Is it time to write off the Christian Coalition?

Once a potent force that commanded fealty from Republicans in local andnational races alike, the activist group that regularly garneredheadlines – and contributions – has seen both its profile and influence dwindlemarkedly since the departure nearly two years ago of its visionarystrategist, Ralph Reed. It is hemorrhaging staff and losing revenue.

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