Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States

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KERSBERGEN, Kees van, ed., Philip MANOW, ed., 2009. Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States. 1. publ.. Cambridge [u.a.]:Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-89791-4

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