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Churches and Urban Government in Detroit and New York, 1895-1994

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Beginning in the 1890s, the social gospel movement and its secular counterpart, the Progressive movement, set the stage for powerful church and city governance connections. What followed during the next 100 years was the emergence of religious bodies as an important instrument for influencing City Hall on moral and social issues. Churches and Urban Government compares the ...more
Paperback, 332 pages
Published February 12th 2004 by Wayne State University Press (first published February 2004)
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