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The next religious establishment : national identity and political theology in post-Protestant America
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Identities: Personal, Religious and National Chapter 3 Regimes, Religious Establishments, and Political Orders Chapter 4 Theologies/Ideologies: National, Political,Expand
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The lost promise of progressivism
Long before the current calls for national service, civic responsibility, and the restoration of community values, the Progressives initiated a remarkably similar challenge. Eldon Eisenach traces theExpand
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The social and political thought of American progressivism
Through a variety of primary sources--including speeches, poems, magazine articles, and book excerpts--this collection illustrates the origins, ambitions, and political legacy of the AmericanExpand
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Mill and the Moral Character of Liberalism
Universally acknowledged for his role in the development of modern liberalism, John Stuart Mill has fallen out of favor with today's moral and political philosophers who fail to read beyond his worksExpand
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Which Wilson Do We (Dis)Honor
Woodrow Wilson is the only American political scientist to have served as President of the United States. In the time between his political science Ph.D. (from Johns Hopkins, in 1886) and his tenureExpand
After summarizing the ways in which Progressive intellectuals attacked individualist understandings of rights and mechanistic understandings of constitutional government, a series of second thoughtsExpand
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