Democratic Waves

November 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1991, Issue 17, p6
Presents historical information on the religious aspects of democracy. Democratic wave following World War II; Connection between democracy and Protestant Christianity; Church that is considered as the most effective institutional voice for democratic governance and human rights.


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