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Press Mentions of American Grace Research

May 18, 2009
By tomsander

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Here are some of the news stories over the last several weeks of forthcoming research by Robert Putnam and David Campbell to appear in American Grace late in 2010.

Washington Post: Michael Gerson’s syndicated Op-Ed “Religion and Our Civic Behavior” is here. (Wash. Post, 5/8/09)

Wall Street Journal: See “Getting to Know…
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Young Americans dropping out of religion, other American Grace findings by Putnam/Campbell

May 18, 2009
By tomsander

(Saying Grace; Flickr photo by ImCait)

Robert D. Putnam (Harvard) and David Campbell (Notre Dame) recently previewed selected themes from their forthcoming book American Grace at the May 2009 Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life that draws a select group of the leading journalists on religion in America.

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May 12, 2009
By louiseconverse

Flickr photo by Oscar Ordenes

AMERICAN GRACE: How Religion Is Reshaping Our Civic and Political Lives by David Campbell and Robert D. Putnam, will be published in 2010.

THE SAGUARO SEMINAR: CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN AMERICA is an ongoing initiative of Professor Robert D. Putnam at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University….
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