Freedom Under Siege: The Impact of Organized Religion on Your Liberty and Your Pocketbook

Front Cover
J. P. Tarcher, 1974 - Christianity - 278 pages
0 Reviews

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

FREEDOM UNDER SIEGE
1
THE CHURCH IN AMERICA
12
Chapter2 CHRONICLES OF SANCTITY
26
Copyright

12 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

abortion abortion laws amendment American annuities Anthony Comstock antifeminism Atheists Baptist BEANO Bible bill Billy Graham birth control Board of Education bonds Boys Town Brackenridge Hospital California Catholic Charities censorship Census centers century Christ Christian Church of Christ church schools church-state separation civil religion Comstock Law Congress Connecticut conscientious objector Constitution contraceptive decision declared Deism Eastern Orthodox Elizabeth Cady Stanton encyclical England established establishment of religion estate tax Everett Dirksen example exemptions exorcisms faith Fanny Hill federal Federal Communications Commission Federal Radio Commission film freedom funds G.I. Bill gifts God We Trust grants Hill-Burton Act hospitals Illinois Wesleyan University income income tax institutions Internal Revenue Code Internal Revenue Service investments issue James Madison Jehovah's Witnesses Jersey Jews John Dos Passos Knights of Columbus land leaseback Legion Legion of Decency legislation Legislature Lutheran Margaret Sanger Mary Daly mass media Massachusetts Matilda Joslyn Gage Mendocino County Methodist million moral Morality in Media Mormons nation National Education Association NODL nonsectarian obscenity organized religion parochial schools Pennsylvania percent persons Philip Melanchthon Planned Parenthood political Pope Alexander III Pope Pius XI prayer Presbyterian private schools professed religious Protestant public schools Puritan real estate religious broadcasting religious groups religious organizations religious programming religious schools reported Revenue Rhode Island Roman Catholic church Salvation Army Sargent Shriver sectarian secular separation of church Seventh-Day Adventists Shell Point social South Dakota Southern Baptist Convention tax-exempt tax-free taxation taxpayer Tennessee Thomas Jefferson tion U.S. Congress U.S. Senate U.S. Steel U.S. Supreme Court United woman women YMCA York York City

Bibliographic information