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Nicholas Guyatt is Assistant Professor of History at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia. He has studied at Cambridge University (B.A., M. Phil.) and Princeton Univeristy (Ph.D.). This is his first academic monograph, but his fourth book; a work on apocalyptic Christianity will also be published in 2007. He writes about American history for the London Review of Books and the Nation.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States -- Church history.
Nationalism -- United States.
Providence and government of God
Nationalism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.