Essays and minutes, 1999 Oct. 18 [typescript].


Essays and minutes, 1999 Oct. 18 [typescript].

Minutes (4 sheets) include brief outline of talks and reaction to papers presented by xxxx. Outline of talk given by Walter Edgar, Religious freedom in 18th century South Carolina: myths and realities (8 sheets) discussing religious diversity from colonial era through the adoption of Constitution of 1791, noting relative freedoms allowed for some, such as the Anglican (later Episcopal) Church and restrictions placed on others, such as Roman Catholics. Short essay presented by Karl Heider, Tomorrow is another day in Indonesia (4 sheets plus news clipping, 3 sheets), re Achmed Sukarno and his legacy, possible election of his daughter, Megawati, and recent history and economic hardships of the region.

1 folder (19 sheets) ; 28 cm.

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