Republican Women in Alabama Sound Off on Roy Moore

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Republican Women in Alabama Sound Off on Roy Moore
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On Wednesday evening, ThinkProgress reported that Roy Moore , the Republican candidate for Alabama's open Senate seat, co-authored a 2011 textbook called "Law and Government: An Introductory Study Course." The book's Amazon page , which includes a single rating, of five stars, states that the book "provides an understanding of today's legal, moral, and ethical issues of law and government." One of its subjects is the appropriate role of women in society. As ThinkProgress notes, the book, which consists of lectures by several men, "instructs students that women should not be permitted to run for elected office. If women do run for office, the course argues, people have a moral obligation not to vote for them." Additionally, the book criticizes the women's-suffrage movement. Another of its authors is Doug Phillips, a proponent of so-called Biblical patriarchy who resigned from Vision Forum--a now-defunct evangelical organization, which helped produce the textbook--after admitting to an affair with a girl wh ...

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