The early political culture of the American republic was so deeply
influenced by the religious consciousness of the New England
preachers that it was often through the political sermon that the
political rhetoric of the period was formed, refined, and
transmitted. Political sermons such as the fifty-five collected in
this work are unique to America, in both kind and significance,
because they address the centrality of religious concerns in the
lives of eighteenth-century Americans.
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