Credo: The Church and the State (1984)

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Discusses the conflict between the Tory Party and church leaders about such ques tions as the Falklands service, a new and less militarist national anthem, and t he British nuclear deterrent. The Church of England has traditionally been connected with the Conservatives, but i n the 1930s many churchmen became concerned about poverty and social concerns. N ow church leaders are critical of policies of monetarism causing unemployment, the nationality bill and public spe nding cuts. Transmitted in 1982

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