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Michael D. Clarke

Michael Clarke edited, published and wrote several of the entries in Canada: Portraits of Faith in the 1990s, during the time he was a history teacher in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley. Subsequently, he has served several Canadian and American faith-based institutions as a public policy consultant. His research interests include popular culture, bioethics, politics and history.

Bio last modified December 9th, 2016.
Articles by Michael D. Clarke

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