Lecture Description

This lecture studies the political and religious climate in the build-up to disestablishment in Virginia in 1785. It argues that religious groups were crucial to the debate, and to the ways that religious freedom was interpreted in Virginia and the United States, especially but not only before the Civil War.

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Religion Revolutionary and Early National

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Sarah Barringer Gordon

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