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The '''Family Research Council''' was founded in 1981 as a division of[[James Dobson]]'s [[Focus on the Family]]. In 1992, it was split off from Focus on the Family to be able to have a more independent political voice for conservative family values.  The current president is [[Tony Perkins]], having taken over the position in 2003.
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The '''Family Research Council''' was founded in 1981 as a division of [[James Dobson]]'s [[Focus on the Family]]. In 1992, it was split off from Focus on the Family to be able to have a more independent political voice for conservative family values.  The current president is [[Tony Perkins]], having taken over the position in 2003.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:41, 24 November 2010

The Family Research Council was founded in 1981 as a division of James Dobson's Focus on the Family. In 1992, it was split off from Focus on the Family to be able to have a more independent political voice for conservative family values. The current president is Tony Perkins, having taken over the position in 2003.