Religion in America
Gillian Lindt, Gene Brown
New York times/Arno Press, 1977 - Religion - 426 pages
A compilation of articles from The New York Times documenting the emergent character of religion in the United States and highlighting the major points in its development in an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society.
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