This item the politics of american religious identity the seating of senator reed smoot mormon apostle by kathleen flake paperback 2772 only 3 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. Between 1901 and 1907 a broad coalition of protestant churches sought to expel newly elected reed smoot from the senate arguing that as an apostle in the church of jesus christ of latter day saints smoot was a lawbreaker and therefore unfit to be a lawmaker. The politics of american religious identity the seating of senator reed smoot mormon apostle reviewer todd m kerstetter this books title does not do justice to its remarkable contents. In the politics of american religious identity the seating of senator reed smoot mormon apostle kathleen flake assistant professor of american religious history at vanderbilt university divinity school explores the nexus of rhetoric politics and ethics that unfolded when smoot and the church he came to represent reached washington flake
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