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moral majority

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoral majorityˌmoral maˈjority noun   the moral majority
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moral majoritySmokers today are quite often made to feel like social outcasts by the moral majority.It became the leper of a consciousness playing the moral majority.The moral majority are just defeating their own aims.
Moral Majority, thethe Moral MajorityˌMoral Maˈjority, the  1 trademark a US Christian organization started in 1979 by the Rev. Jerry Falwell. The group's aim is to help politicians who support its right-wing ideas on subjects such as abortion and the rights of homosexuals, and to actively oppose politicians who disagree with these ideas.2 a general name, especially in the US, for Christians who have strongly traditional ideas about sexual behaviour, the family etc, and who also tend to have right wing political ideas
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