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Robert Bellah

Discusses the decline of values in American public life and popular culture. Addresses the deceptiveness of interest in this country in history and its lessons. Pt. 2. Discusses the individualistic character of the American people and the resistance that it creates to national consensus and the notion of national and global interdependence. Comments on role of civic virtue and religious values in the life of the country.

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