The State and Religion

"There is no State that does not concern itself in one way or another, positively or negatively, with religion, oscillating between theocracy and a State religion on the one hand, and complete separation of church and State in an agnostic pseudo-liberal democracy on the other."

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Pp. 149-152 Gentile, Giovanni. Genesis and Structure of Society. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1966.

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