A Christian in Politics, Luther W. Youngdahl: A Story of a Christian's Faith at Work in a Modern World
Study of the practical application of Christian principles to contemporary political life, based on the career of a former governor of Minnesota. Includes "Opinion", by Judge Luther W. Youngdahl in the case of U.S.A. vs. Owen Lattimore in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, May 2, 1953.
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