Clerics in the Kitchen

Martin, Malachi B.
January 1979
National Review;1/5/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p34
The article deals with the role of clergies in the United States politics. Several topics are mentioned in the article including factors that contributed to the strengthening political power of bishops and clergies in the country, and the implication of the changing role of the church on the social and political status of the United States.


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