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Neither does the book make it entirely clear that we are witnessing the end of secularism or a beginning of religious pluralism, anymore than Francis Fukuyama’s most famous book really presaged an end of history. But Mr. Baker has presented us with a fair, judicious and mostly persuasive argument against a public square that has no clothes.

W. James Antle III is associate editor of the American Spectator.