God in the White House: how religion has changed the modern presidency

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Macmillan, 1988 - Political Science - 267 pages
Discusses the growing trend toward mixing private faith and public policy in the land's highest office

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GOD IN THE WHITE HOUSE

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Both books under review strive to examine the relationship between religion and the presidency in modern American politics. After showing how consensual "civil religion'' experienced unprecedented ... Read full review

Contents

Religion and the Modern Presidency
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Toward
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Priests of the National
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Copyright

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