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Axel R Schäfer
|Description:||311 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : how evangelicals learned to stop worrying and love the state --
The Cold War state and religious agencies --
The evangelical rediscovery of the state --
Evangelicals, foreign policy, and the national security state --
Evangelicals, social policy, and the welfare state --
Church-state relations and the rise of the evangelical right --
Conclusion : resurgent conservatism and the public funding of religious agencies.
|Series Title:||Politics and culture in modern America.|
|Responsibility:||Axel R. Schäfer.|
"Piety and Public Funding complicates, and sometimes even demolishes, much of the conventional wisdom about the rise of the religious right. Schafer's tone is neither bombastic nor polemical, but the
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