The Two Republics: Or, Rome and the United States of America (Google eBook)

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Review and Herald Publishing Company, 1891 - Church history - 895 pages
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User Review  - Luke - Christianbook.com

I loved this book! Great history of the Roman empire and it's similarities with modern America. Great backgroud for studies on the background for the time of Christ, Luther and the colonial period, (Puritans and Quakers). Well worth the time and money. Read full review

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User Review  - DV - Christianbook.com

I strongly recommend this book. It's a great history book in tune with the prophecy of America. Read full review

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