|Title:||Religion, Culture and Politics in the Twentieth-Century United States|
|Keywords:||Culture and Politics|
|Publisher:||Edinburgh University Press Ltd|
|Description:||Two things make this study distinctive compared with other books covering similar ground. First, it is especially concise. Several excellent books are available that survey the territory of US religion in the context of US history, society, and culture.1 However, whereas we might imagine many of these texts as fairly comprehensive atlases – thus cumbersome for some purposes – this book is more like an orientation map and a guide to a set of representative cases.|
|ISBN:||978 0 7486 1302 1|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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