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Since World War II, there have been many changes in our nation due to shifts in our philosophy of man and moral law. The Soul of a Nation is a series of essays on these critical transformations in our society. This book will be of interest to citizens and scholars who question our society's political drift in recent years. The Soul of a Nation was written not only for scholars and students, but for their parents and elders as well.

About the Author

Bernard J. Coughlin, SJ, was dean of the Graduate School of Social Service at St. Louis University for ten years and president of Gonzaga University for twenty-two years. He is Gonzaga University's first chancellor.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780761858935
ISBN-10: 0761858938
Publisher: Hamilton Books
Publication Date: September 27th, 2012
Pages: 232
Language: English