American Protestantism and Social Issues, 1919-1939

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University of North Carolina Press, 1958 - Church and social problems - 385 pages
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Contents

Setting the Stage
3
The Churches and the Social Order
15
The Churches Corpulent and Contented in the Twenties
17
Copyright

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