Vision, Doctrine, War: Mennonite Identity and Organization in America, 1890-1930
Juhnke comments, "The First World War was a crisis and turning point for Mennonites and Amish in America. It forced a reassessment of the costs of Mennonite identity in a democratic and militaristic America. In the postwar era Mennonites struggled toward a new equilibrium. Mennonite anti-modernists campaigned for clearer prescribed doctrine. A conservative mood slowed the pace of social and religious change." Volume 3 in "The Mennonite Experience in America" series. (384pp. illus. index. Herald Press, 1989.)
Also available Land, Piety, Peoplehood "Volume 1" (#270) and Mennonites in American Society, 1930-1970 "Volume 4" (#1793).
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