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Popular Religion in America

Symbolic Change and the Modernization Process in Historical Perspective

"Williams provides a thought-provoking overview of popular religion in America that will intrigue specialist and student alike. . . . He has both answered many questions and raised important new ones on the nature and development of American popular religion."
-- Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion

"Pioneering. . . . I for one am glad he combined scholarship and chutzpah for this modestly immodest first word."
-- Catholic Historical Review

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