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Irving Berlin's anthem captures America.
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A look at the Mathers—three generations of ministers who maintained a virtual dynasty over New England Puritanism for nearly a century.
Evangelical revival in the land of the liberal Brahmins may not be as historically odd as we suppose.
It swept across church lines, transforming America's urban landscape with its rescue missions and storefront churches. Yet today, the "holiness movement" and its charismatic woman leader are all but forgotten.