Religion and Politics: Bishop Valerian Trifa and His Times
This is an important critical study of the role played by Bishop Valerian Trifa in the Romanian radical nationalist movement of "The Legion of the Archangel Michael" of the interwar years and subsequently, after World War II, as Bishop of the Romanian Orthodox Community in the United States in the context of interwar Europe and postwar United States politics.
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