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A nation of vicars and merchants’: religiosity and Dutch MEPs

Bibliographic reference Caluwaerts, Didier ; De Vlieger, Pieter-Jan ; Erzeel, Silvia. A nation of vicars and merchants’: religiosity and Dutch MEPs. In: Religion, State and Society : the Keston journal, Vol. 42, no. 2/3, p. 166-179 (2014)
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