This new account fills this gap by tracing united states government efforts in exporting and promoting american ideas of religious freedom in various laws and constitutions abroad since its emergence as a global power in 1898 and examines six historical episodes which illustrate this effort history shows that religious freedom was not always understood in the language of individual human rights as we know it today it began as a part of the american civilizing mission and then . In exporting freedom religious liberty and american power law professor anna su has added a new dimension to the study of religion as it relates to united states diplomatic history where others have examined the role that religion played in the way american diplomats pursued policy and the religious patterns that undergirded even secular policy su examines the ways in which the united states attempted to export an american religious freedom to other countries this is where her book is . Https academicoupcom jcs article abstract 59 2 334 3072886 exporting freedom religious liberty and americanredirectedfromfulltext. As anna su tells the story in her new book exporting freedom religious liberty and american power the us extended religious freedom through its colonial occupation of the philippines in the early twentieth century its advocacy of the league of nations after world war i its efforts to shape international norms in the united nations system and the universal declaration of human rights in the aftermath of the second world war its occupation of japan after the same war its
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