Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-252) and index.
Introduction: Federalist politics and religious struggle in the new American nation -- I. Evangelicals and Federalists -- John Jay and the shift from republican religion to Evangelical Fderalism -- Timothy Dwight and Jedidiah Morse : the politics of infidelity -- Caleb Strong and the politics of personal piety -- Advocating "public righteousness" : Elias Boudinot and the transformation of Federalist religion -- II. Alternatives to the Evangelical Party -- Unitarian politics and the splintering of the Federalist coalition -- Religion and Federalism with a South Carolina accent -- III. Religion and politics after the Federalist Party -- Peter Augustus Jay : Federalist withdrawal and the turn to voluntarist morality -- William Jay : nonpolitical moral and religious reform -- Epilogue: Federalists, religion, and American politics.
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