Britannia, Europa and Christendom brings to mild the webs of impression linking Christian leaders and politicians and exhibits the conflicting relationships among nationwide id and Christian universalism, and among Britain as a one-time international energy, a ecu kingdom, and junior associate within the 'transatlantic alliance'.
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