This pioneering look at secularism in the postwar Pacific Northwest looks at how the region's non-religious inhabitants consciously rejected the trappings of organized religion and set out on their own spiritual - or non-spiritual - paths.
Scholars and students of religion, irreligion, social and cultural history, and the Pacific Northwest will value this provocative discussion of the rise of secularism in the twentieth century. This book will also appeal to those with an interest in oral narrative and contemporary anthropology.
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