Alan Wolfe

Alan Wolfe is professor of political science and director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at Boston College, where his teaching interests include political and social theory, religion and liberal democracy, and American society and politics. He has also taught at Boston University, the New School of Social Research, and City University of New York. He is the author or editor of many books, including Does American Democracy Still Work?, Return to Greatness, The Transformation of American Religion, An Intellectual in Public, Moral Freedom, and One Nation, After All. A widely published essayist and political observer, he is also a contributing editor to The New Republic.

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Faith and public life: What are the moral issues? How should we decide on them? And what are the rules? See more
What does America stand for today? What will it take to educate leaders for the 21st century? Is any nation up to the... See more