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July/August 2001
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An anti-fairy tale run amuck.
The legacy of John Witherspoon.
The moral complexity of the American Revolution.
Why are some Christian scholars embarrassed by America's religious history?
When historian Jon Butler looks at early America, he sees the lineaments of contemporary secular pluralism.
Elevating the spirit of the Declaration of Independence above the legalism of the Constitution.
How scientists really predict the future.
Turning point of the civil rights movement.
German Jew, Catholic nun, Holocaust victim, saint.
Tocqueville's perennial timeliness.
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