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Christian democracy (Topical Term)

Preferred form: Christian democracy
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New Catholic encyclopedia, 1967: Christian democracy (currently, a range of movements (esp. organized in political parties and trade unions) that are inspired by Christian principles and pursue political or social aims for the sake of all people; inspiration may be Catholic, Protestant, or both at once; includes Christian Democrat political parties; secular in nature, independent from clerical control)

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