Jeff Sharlet

journalist and author of the book “The Undertow: Scenes from a Slow Civil War.”

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Jeff Sharlet is an assistant professor of English at Dartmouth College. Also a journalist, he is the author of several books on American religion, including Radiant Truths: Essential Dispatches, Reports, Confessions, and Other Essays on American Belief.

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