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|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James T Baker
|Notes:||Originally published: Belmont, CA, Thomson/Wadsworth, c2006.
Continues the pagination of the author's Religion in America, Volume I.
|Description:||Sound disc : digital mono. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Wealth of a nation, America's Industrial Revolution: Religious endorsements of the Industrial Revolution; Religious criticism of "wealth" and the "robber barons"; Religious responses to industrial urbanization --
Crisis of religious identity in the early twentieth century: Americanization, adaptation and acceptance; Religion among Native Americans as their land and culture were lost; Religion and the women's movement; Revivalism in the new urban setting; Family feud, "fundamentalism" versus "modernism"; Religion takes on science --
Nation's religious vocation, America's manifest destiny: Religious debate over American imperialism; New age of world missions; Religious responses to America's twentieth-century wars, World War I "the great war", World War II "the good war", Vietnam War --
American religion in modern dress: "Popularization" of religion; New patterns in the American religious mosaic; Movements of unificaiton --
American religion's most recent controversies: Religion and civil rights; Religion and feminism; Religion and politics; Religion and litigation --
American religion at the dawn of a new millennium.
|Series Title:||Primary sources in U.S. history.|
|Other Titles:||Religion in America.|
|Responsibility:||James T. Baker.|