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Check out this rave review from Sabine Rutar, featured in the newest volume of Aspasia!    “[A] fascinating, dense, and ambivalent array of socialist life worlds. . . . This conceptually convincing volume makes for fascinating reading for both scholars—historians, anthropologists, social scientists—and, given the vivid, if at times quite theoretical style, also for a more general readership who will feel their own experiences and memories captured and exemplified.”

Check out this rave review from Sabine Rutar, featured in the newest volume of Aspasia! “[A] fascinating, dense, and ambivalent array of socialist life worlds. . . . This conceptually convincing volume makes for fascinating reading for both scholars—historians, anthropologists, social scientists—and, given the vivid, if at times quite theoretical style, also for a more general readership who will feel their own experiences and memories captured and exemplified.”

“In this important book, Stephen Strehle astutely portrays the secularizing tendencies of three major movements that wanted to destroy the Christian church . . . His grasp of the historical issues is impressive and insightful.”  —Richard Weikart, California State University, Stanislaus

“In this important book, Stephen Strehle astutely portrays the secularizing tendencies of three major movements that wanted to destroy the Christian church . . . His grasp of the historical issues is impressive and insightful.” —Richard Weikart, California State University, Stanislaus

“This is a scholarly yet fascinating study of the historical patterns related to the establishment of professional 'elites' within the American work force . . . Highly recommended for 'professional' reading and for specialized academic collections.”—Suzanne W. Wood, Library Journal

“This is a scholarly yet fascinating study of the historical patterns related to the establishment of professional 'elites' within the American work force . . . Highly recommended for 'professional' reading and for specialized academic collections.”—Suzanne W. Wood, Library Journal

"[I]f you want to understand how the whole thing works at the Washington level, and to have an idea of what George W. Bush is hearing from his adviser, then reading this will prove quicker and cheaper than setting up your spy network."—Daily Telegram

"[I]f you want to understand how the whole thing works at the Washington level, and to have an idea of what George W. Bush is hearing from his adviser, then reading this will prove quicker and cheaper than setting up your spy network."—Daily Telegram

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“The Sociology-Philosophy Connection is a general introduction to explanation in the social sciences, as well as a critique of some major social philosophies, approaches, and methods.”—Andreas Pickel, Society

“The Sociology-Philosophy Connection is a general introduction to explanation in the social sciences, as well as a critique of some major social philosophies, approaches, and methods.”—Andreas Pickel, Society

"The authors are brilliant researchers with good documentation, who make a solid case of how restrictions, meaning different things to different people, are changing America and how society as a whole will react. It is a worthwhile read for historians.”  — Rev. Austin Miles, RenewAmerica.com

"The authors are brilliant researchers with good documentation, who make a solid case of how restrictions, meaning different things to different people, are changing America and how society as a whole will react. It is a worthwhile read for historians.” — Rev. Austin Miles, RenewAmerica.com

“Redolent with doctrinal and historical realities—past and present—Israeli demonstrates the still intractable obstacle to genuine freedom-enshrining, democratic governance in Islamdom: the persistent Islamic notion that ‘sovereignty belongs to Allah,’ who has given humanity the ‘perfect’ governing code, i.e., the totalitarian, liberty-crushing Sharia.”  —Andrew G. Bostom, author, The Legacy of Jihad and The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism

“Redolent with doctrinal and historical realities—past and present—Israeli demonstrates the still intractable obstacle to genuine freedom-enshrining, democratic governance in Islamdom: the persistent Islamic notion that ‘sovereignty belongs to Allah,’ who has given humanity the ‘perfect’ governing code, i.e., the totalitarian, liberty-crushing Sharia.” —Andrew G. Bostom, author, The Legacy of Jihad and The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism

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