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Strategically Prophetic Priests: An Analysis of Competing Principal Influence on Clergy Political Action

Brian Robert Calfano, Elizabeth A. Oldmixon and Mark Gray. "Strategically Prophetic Priests: An Analysis of Competing Principal Influence on Clergy Political Action." Review of Religious Research 56.1 (2014): 1-21.

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