Inquisition a Political and Military Study of Its Establishment 1923

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 284 pages
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The author describes how the Albigensian Crusade led to the Inquisition. With two maps, a bibliography, and a preface by Hilaire Belloc. The author also discusses the relevance of the historical lessons of this period to American prohibition. Contents: Mediaeval recovery of civilization; Languedoc and the Albigenses; Preliminaries of the Crusade; Albigensian Crusade - The early war; Albigensian Crusade - Muret and its sequel; Mendicant Orders and the Inquisition; Epilogue on prohibition.

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Hilaire Belloc is a former member of parliament in the British House of Commons. He is the author of more than 100 books, including "Charles I," "The Free Press," and "The Restoration of Property," Edward A. McPhail is an assistant professor of economics at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Alberto Piedra is a professor emeritus of economics at Catholic University of America, where he was a chairperson of the economics department.

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