Whig Wham by Kenneth B. McIntyre

Whig Wham

Freethinkers by Susan Jacoby

Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism
Metropolitan Books, 2004
(432 pages, $27.50, hardcover)

reviewed by Kenneth B. McIntyre

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Kenneth B. McIntyre is an assistant professor of political science at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky, and author of The Limits of Political Theory: Oakeshott's Philosophy of Civil Association. He is currently editing a book on the history of political science. He, his wife Maria, and their two daughters, Flannery and Juliana, are members of the Catholic Church.

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