"Gretchen Adams offers
an exciting, informative look at the evolution of America's response
to the Salem witch trials and the ways in which the events of
1692 provided a template for the shaping and reshaping of cultural
narrations about matters as diverse as the debates over slavery,
Mormonism, Catholicism, and the very meaning of America. This
book offers an important contribution to American cultural history."
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