This article analyzes the period in which developing nation-states established national churches. It examines the Liberal Age, when rights and liberties were recognized as the basis of coexistence in a free democratic society without jettisoning the Christian legacy of Europe. It discusses the transformation of post -- World War II Europe into a secular market based on the free circulation of ideas, faiths, goods, persons, and capital.
\\jciprod01\productn\J\JLE\41-4\JLE412.txt unknown Seq: 1 28-FEB-11 11:56 THE CHANGING CIVIL RELIGION OF SECULAR EUROPE MARCO VENTURA* In the last two decades, Europeans have grown increasingly exposed to the global market while they have experienced a rising degree of internal integration due to the creation of the European Union and the impact of the European Court of Human Rights
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