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Sword of the Spirit, Shield of Faith

Religion in American War and Diplomacy
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An analysis of the pivotal role of religion in American foreign policy from the nation's beginnings through the end of the Cold War demonstrates how the beliefs of leaders and everyday citizens have shaped their views on America's place in the world.

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