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Alan CoopermanSullivan's passion derives from the fact that she is both an evangelical and a Democrat. She is convinced that there are plenty of people like her—"liberals because of, not despite, their religious beliefs"—and that the Democratic Party is finally taking notice. Despite her partisanship, her book is an evenhanded account of religion's role in recent elections, concluding with the 2006 midterms in which some Democrats successfully reached out to religious voters.
—The Washington Post