Political polytheism: the myth of pluralism

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Institute for Christian Economics, 1989 - Religion - 773 pages
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This is an excellent book, in that Gary North examines important issues related to the U.S. Constitution and the supposed "separation of church and state". He concludes that there is some ... Read full review

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A must-read for any Christian who wants to reform politics. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Introduction Part 1
29
Conclusion Part 1
115
Copyright

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