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Religion and Ethnic Diversity

As in other regions of the world, ethnicity and religion have intertwined so closely in the United States that it is often appropriate to speak of synthetic “ethnoreligious” identifications—German-Catholic, Japanese-Buddhist, Indian-Sikh—rather than considering ethnicity and ...

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