American Inquisitors: A Commentary on Dayton and Chicago

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Macmillan, 1928 - Fundamentalism - 120 pages
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Thomas Jefferson is a character in a recurring "Dialogue on Olympus" as the author ponders the irony of the man who professes to be Jefferson's most loyal disciple acting as a prosecutor in the Scopes trial. Socrates, however, has the last word. --Frank Shuffelton

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