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.

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