Puritanism and democracy / Ralph Barton Perry.


New York : Vanguard Press, [1944] .

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Subjects Christianity and culture -- United States.
Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Puritans.
Democracy -- United States.
Democracy.
Demokratie.
Démocratie.
États-Unis -- Civilisation.
Puritains.
Puritanismus.
Puritans -- United States.
Puritans.
USA.
United States -- Civilization -- To 1783.
United States -- Civilization.
Description xvi, [2], 688 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1944]
©1944
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 643-678) and index.
Summary The two ideals which the author believes have contributed most to America's heritage.
Contents part 1. Review of the past: chapter 1. Doubt and disillusionment -- chapter 2. The power of ideals -- chapter 3. The appraisal of a historic creed -- chapter 4. Who were the Puritans? -- chapter 5. What did the Puritans believe? -- chapter 6. The Declaration of Independence -- chapter 7. The enlightened philosophy of The Declaration -- chapter 8. The making of the American mind -- part 2. Appraisal of Puritanism: chapter 9. The importance of salvation -- chapter 10. The moral athlete -- chapter 11. The ultimate individual -- chapter 12. The economic virtues -- chapter 13. The community of righteousness -- chapter 14. The sovereignty of God -- part 3. Appraisal of democracy: chapter 15. The supremacy of reason and conscience -- chapter 16. The individual as the seat of value -- chapter 17. Popular government -- chapter 18. Liberty and the limits of government -- chapter 19. Equality and fraternity -- chapter 20. The universal humanity -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382670
(OCoLC)ocm00382670
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957.
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