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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 January 2021

David E. Campbell
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University of Notre Dame, Indiana
Geoffrey C. Layman
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University of Notre Dame, Indiana
John C. Green
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University of Akron, Ohio
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Secular Surge
A New Fault Line in American Politics
, pp. 224 - 242
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