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James Hankins is a professor of history at Harvard University.
Articles by James Hankins
A barbarous term for a barbarous age.
Protestantism caused unintended consequences that led to its own decline.
A review of The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society, by Brad S. Gregory
Rahe explains the genesis of British republican thought and its later embrace by America's founders.