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Choosing the Dream: The Future of Religion in American Public Life (Contributions to the Study of Religion) Hardcover – July 30, 1991

ISBN-13: 978-0313278099 ISBN-10: 0313278091

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Americans are deeply religious in their personal lives, yet American public life is largely empty of religious content and often hostile to religion, resulting in a puzzling contradiction. This contradiction between secular public and religious private life is the focus of this exceptional volume.

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FREDERICK MARK GEDICKS is Professor of Law at Brigham Young University.

ROGER HENDRIX is president of the Hendrix Information Group, Inc., a management consulting firm based in Los Angeles.


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