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1. Anxious Victory: 1945-1952 The War's End The American Religious Landscape Cold War of the Spirit Spiritual Peace in the 1940s 2. Religion and Materialism: 1950-1970 Fighting Godless Communism Religious Intellectuals in the 1950s Eisenhower Spirituality Church Buildings 3. Religion, Respect, and Social Change: 1955-1968 African American Religion The Civil Rights Movement Begins White Christians and Civil Rights Nonviolence in Decline Mormon America 4. New Frontiers and Old Boundaries: 1960-1969 The Catholic President The Supreme Court and Religion in Schools Vietnam, Part I Radical Theology Catholic Reform 5. Shaking the Foundations: 1963-1972 American Judaism Vietnam, Part II Catholic Challenges to Church Discipline African American Religion After King 6. Alternative Religious Worlds: 1967-1982 Space Travel Feminism and Ministry Feminist Theology New Religions, "Cults," and Their Critics Asian Spirituality in American Dress 7. Evangelicals and Politics: 1976-1990 Jimmy Carter and the Evangelical Presidency The New Christian Right and the Reagan Campaign The Abortion Controversy Wives and Mothers 8. The Christian Quest for Justice and Wisdom: 1980-1995 The Antinuclear Movement Sanctuary Creationism and Evolution Christian Academies and Home Schooling 9. Profits, Profligates, and Prophets: 1987-1995 The Evangelical Scandals A Minister in the White House? American Islam 10. The New World Order: 1989-1999 End of the Cold War Religion and Violence Environmental Spirituality Megachurches 11. Fears, Threats, and Promises: 1990-2000 Homosexuality and Religion Promise Keepers Millennial Expectation 12. The New Millennium: 2001 Religion at Ground Zero ConclusionLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: