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Religion and the Founding of the American Republic explores the role
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and the Founding of the American Republic
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Jarlslav Pelikan. 144 pp. 75 illus. (20 color). Bibliography
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|Religion and the New
Republic: Faith in the Founding of America.
Edited by James H. Hutson.
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prepared by the authors for delivery at a Library of Congress
symposium, "Religion and the Founding of the American
Republic," June 18 - 19, 1998.
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