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Spring 1998 newsletter

From clothing to money, the project continues to probe the complexities of American religious life. Diane Winston reflects on the theological, psychological, and sociological meanings of the Salvation Army uniform, while Jim Hudnut-Beumler looks at the trajectories of clergy salary and social status. We’re continuing to learn more about the many ways of being religious in America.

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