The Sectarian Strand

Religion in Australian history

by Michael Hogan

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How have religious rivalries impacted development of Australian society?

A comprehensive examination of the profound impact of religion and religious rivalries on the development of Australian society from the convict era onwards.

Academic, author and former Catholic priest, Michael Hogan’s research focus is religion and politics. He’s written and edited more than twelve books. His most recent work is Cradle of Australian Political Studies: Sydney’s Department of Government (2015). The Sectarian Strand was first published in 1987.

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Published by Untapped: the Australian Literary Heritage Project

Once out of print, these lost Australian books have been brought back to life as part of Untapped: the Australian Literary Heritage Project. You can borrow them from your local library as ebooks, or buy from all major online booksellers.

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