I mostly agree with Ramesh Ponnuru’s points here — Giuliani’s nomination might make the Republican Party less pro-life, but he won’t win because it has already become less pro-life. If he is nominated, it will be because of his strengths as a candidate and a divided field. But I do think it also shows the extent to which social conservatives have suffered as national organizations like the Christian Coalition have declined and the ones that have replaced them have been much less effective.
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