Religion, Federalism, and the Struggle for Public Life : Cases from Germany, India, and America
Through a comparative study of India, Germany, and the USA, Everett examines the roles of religious traditions in the development of modern federal republicanism. He argues that a better comparative grasp of political and religious dynamics is essential to our understanding of the establishment, sustenance, and development of federal republican governance in both Western and non-Western cultures.
- Hardback | 220 pages
- 162.1 x 237.2 x 20.6mm | 526.18g
- 27 Nov 1997
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
Will make a substantial contribution to the scholarly work that is rediscovering the religious and political background of federal republicanism and its importance for the development of democratic forms of governance in varied institutions and societies around the world. * Charles S. McCoy, Pacific School of Religion *