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245 04 The first prejudice|h[electronic resource] :|breligious 
       tolerance and intolerance in early America /|cedited by 
       Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda. 
260    Philadelphia ;|aOxford :|bUniversity of Pennsylvania Press,
       |cc2011.|e(Baltimore, Md. :|fProject MUSE,|g2012) 
300    1 online resource (vi, 401 p. ) 
505 00 |gPt. I. Ideologies of tolerance and intolerance in early 
       America.|gFaith, reason, and enlightenment: the cultural 
       sources of toleration in early America /|rChristopher S. 
       Grenda --|gAmalek and the rhetoric of extermination /
       |rJohn Corrigan --|gpt. II. Practices of tolerance and 
       intolerance in Colonial British America.|gThe episcopate, 
       the British union, and the failure of religious settlement
       in colonial British America /|rNed Landsman --|gPracticing
       toleration in Dutch New Netherland /|rJoyce D. Goodfriend 
       --|gHeretics, blasphemers, and Sabbath breakers: the 
       prosecution of religious crime in early America /|rSusan 
       Juster --|gPersecuting Quakers?: liberty and toleration in
       early Pennsylvania /|rAndrew R. Murphy 
505 00 |gPt. III. The boundaries of tolerance and intolerance in 
       early America.|gNative freedom?: Indians and religious 
       tolerance in early America /|rRichard W. Pointer --
       |gSlaves to intolerance: African American Christianity and
       religious freedom in early America /|rJon Sensbach --
       |gCatholics, Protestants, and the clash of civilizations 
       in early America /|rOwen Stanwood --|gAnti-Semitism, 
       toleration, and appreciation : the changing relations of 
       Jews and Gentiles in early America /|rWilliam Pencak --
       |gpt. IV. The persistence of tolerance and intolerance in 
       the new nation.|gThe "catholic spirit prevailing in our 
       country": America's moderate religious revolution /|rChris
       Benek --|gThe boundaries of toleration and tolerance: 
       religious infidelity in the early American republic /
       |rChristopher Grasso. 
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650  0 Religious tolerance|zUnited States. 
651  0 United States|xReligion|yTo 1800. 
651  0 United States|xChurch history|y18th century. 
651  0 United States|xChurch history|y17th century. 
700 1  Grenda, Christopher S. 
700 1  Beneke, Chris|q(Christopher J.) 
710 2  Project Muse. 
830  0 Early American studies. 
830  0 UPCC book collections on Project MUSE. 
856 40 |3JSTOR|uhttps://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt3fhn13
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