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Anticlericalism: From the reformation to the First World War

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Until well into this century, the clergy have acted as agents of a dominant Christian culture closely intertwined with the state, but that supremacy never went unchallenged by the layman or woman. This text presents a detailed examination of anticlericalism in its many forms - from revolutionary protest to intellectual debate - focusing mainly on the established church but covering the Roman Catholic and dissenting traditions as well. A comparative angle noting trends in Europe is featured throughout

Topics: D1
Publisher: Sutton Publishing
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:sro.sussex.ac.uk:16406
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