The book's subtitle is misleading: its mainly focussed on Britain and France, with some regard to Germany (Prussia), and even less to Imperial Russia. The writing on the whole is drier than most, but not dry enough to be 'academic' in the pejorative sense. The introductory chapter, and chapter six (which includes a brief profile of a French intellectual who shot himself in the head... seven times! (and survived!!), and other eccentrics) were the most enjoyable. Religions and religious ideologies of many sorts are described in content and with respect to social support aspects, and the conflicts between them. Long notes section and bibliography.
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