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K. Healan Gaston

Greeley’s analysis of the nascent post-secular turn shared important features with the work of the post-war Jewish thinker Will Herberg. A former Marxist, Herberg spent the 1940s and most of the 1950s in the orbit of the Protestant theologian and ethicist Reinhold Niebuhr before ending up as the religion editor of William F. Buckley, Jr’s conservative National Review . Through those years, he worked to bring themes from Niebuhr’s writings into American Jewish thought, while adding the existentialist tenor of figures such

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Roger E. Backhouse

–52; Backhouse, Founder of Modern Economics. 20 Ibid., 560–1. 21 William F. Buckley, God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of ‘Academic Freedom’ (Washington, DC: Gateway Regnery, 2002). The first edition was 1951. The textbooks he attacked included those by Morgan, Tarshis and Samuelson. He also attacked teachers in other disciplines, including sociology, for failing to promote traditional Christianity. 22 Ibid., p. 101

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