The protestant Evangelicals in America, who are called the Religious Right, have enjoyed political power over the last 25 years. Both Reagan and the two Bushes embraced them. They became an important power broker in the Republican Party. The current President Bush became their passionate devotee. Now, with a Democratic Congress and the prospect of a Democratic president, they are feeling threatened. Disputes have broken out among them as to what direction the Religious Right should take. Will their power diminish?