The first liberty: religion and the American republic

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Paragon, 1986 - History - 373 pages
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Traces the life of the Spanish-born philosopher, discusses his most important writings, and assesses his place in modern philosophy

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The first liberty: religion and the American Republic

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Miller chronicles some critical episodes in the shaping of our religious history. He begins in 1776 Virginia, with George Mason's draft of the Declaration of Rights and the great collaboration of ... Read full review

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PART FOUR
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