Were the issues before the Supreme Court were culture war issues in the last part of the 20th century?

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Culture wars concerns conflicts between traditional and conservative values and progressive and liberal values. Some of the issues presented where the following: abortion, privacy, censorship, separations of the state and church, gun laws, immigration, drugs on many fronts, gay right and marriage to name a few. A great book by James Hunter which is titled "Culture Wars: The Struggle to Define America dives in the topics throughly.
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