— [http://goo.gl/1grKYP] The US can be considered multi-religious from the beginning; Britain, on the other hand, has mainly been a Christian society, and religious pluralism was not a feature of British society until after the Second World War and the arrival of more diverse newcomers.

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John McCormick, an Associate Professor of Political Science at the Indianapolis University campus of Indiana University and a former Visiting Professor at the Center for European Studies at Exeter University in Britain, in his book "Contemporary Britain": "One of the most notable trends in British religion in recent years has been its growing diversity." Once the world's foremost industrial power, Britain has had a profound effect on the course of world affairs. While its political and cultural legacy remains strong, Britain has had to adapt to a new and radically different globalized order. (McCormick, J. (2012). Contemporary Britain. Palgrave Macmillan.)


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