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Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States
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Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States
Cambridge University Press
9780521897914 - Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States - Edited by KEES VAN KERSBERGEN and PHILIP MANOW
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Contents

Preface
vii
List of Contributors
xi
1     Religion and the Western Welfare State – The Theoretical Context
Philip Manow and Kees van Kersbergen
1
2     Western European Party Systems and the Religious Cleavage
Thomas Ertman
39
3     The Religious Foundations of Work-Family Policies in Western Europe
Kimberly J. Morgan
56
4     Italy: A Christian Democratic or Clientelist Welfare State?
Julia Lynch
91
5     Religion and the Welfare State in the Netherlands
Kees van Kersbergen
119
6     A Conservative Welfare State Regime without Christian Democracy? The French État-Providence, 1880–1960
Philip Manow and Bruno Palier
146
7     Religion and the Consolidation of the Swiss Welfare State, 1848–1945
Herbert Obinger
176
8     The Church as Nation? The Role of Religion in the Development of the Swedish Welfare State
Karen M. Anderson
210
9     The Religious Factor in U.S. Welfare State Politics
Jill Quadagno and Deana Rohlinger
236
10    Religious Doctrines and Poor Relief: A Different Causal Pathway
Sigrun Kahl
267
Index
297



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