Public Attitudes toward Church and State

Public Attitudes toward Church and State

Public Attitudes toward Church and State

Public Attitudes toward Church and State

Synopsis

Using data from the Williamsburg Charter surveys, this book provides a portrait of public attitudes on church-state issues. It examines the social, religious and political sources of differences on issues, making comparisons among Protestants, Catholics, Jews and non-denominational religions.
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