Religion, revolution, and reform : new forces for change in Latin America / edited by William V. D'Antonio and Frederick B. Pike. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: New York : Praeger, [(c)1964.Description: x, 276 pages ; 22 cmContent type:
- BR600.R455 1964
- BR600.P635.R455 1964
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Introduction by F.B. Pike Paternalism, pluralism, and Christian democratic reform movements in Latin America by E. Frei Montalva The teaching authority of the church: the situation in Latin America by M.G. McGrath Religion and the Mexican social revolution by R.E. Quirk Nationalism and religion in Argentina and Uruguay by A.P. Whitaker Protestantism and culture change in Brazil and Chile by E. Willems Discussing the issues, I: Religion as an ideological force Economic development, social change, and cultural mutation in Latin America by R.E. Vekemans Latin America's secular labor movement as an instrument of social change by R.J. Alexander Latin America's labor movement of Christian democratic orientation as an instrument of social change by E. Maspero The economic difficulties of social reform in Latin America by S.G. Hanson The Alliance for Progress as an instrument of socialization by W.P. Glade Discussing the issues, II: Spiritual and secular forces in Latin America Democracy and religion in Latin America by W.V. D'Antonio.
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