Melissa M. Matthes

Photo of Melissa M. MatthesMelissa M. Matthes is Professor of Government at the United States Coast Guard Academy and previously served as Executive Director for the MacMillan Center Initiative on Religion, Politics, and Society at Yale University. She is author of The Rape of Lucretia and the Founding of Republics.

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Cover: When Sorrow Comes: The Power of Sermons from Pearl Harbor to Black Lives MatterWhen Sorrow Comes: The Power of Sermons from Pearl Harbor to Black Lives MatterMatthes, Melissa M.HARDCOVER04/13/2021$46.00
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