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From the Publisher"Corrigan and Neal define religious intolerance and explore its history and manifestations."
-American Catholic Studies Newsletter
"A welcome corrective to traditional tales of religious accommodation. . . . Recommended."
"Vibrantly illustrates the sometimes conspicuous, but more often insidious ways, in which religious intolerance has shaped American life. . . . A unique and essential volume."
-Journal of Southern Religion
"This work holds the interest of the reader. . . . This is an important collection, expertly crafted."
-Anglican and Episcopal History