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Hughes, G. (1998). The Line That Runs From Time Into Eternity: Transcendence and History in <em>The Ecumenic Age</em>. The Political Science Reviewer, 27, 116–154. Retrieved from https://politicalsciencereviewer.wisc.edu/index.php/psr/article/view/365
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