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hank-edson's picture
Jun.12.2011
Radical Equality documents the rise and fall of three constitutional principles that upset the feudal alliance of economic monopolists (landowning English nobility), religious authoritarians (the Church of England), and mercenary militarists (redcoat soldiers) ruling the old world. By instituting...
rob-boston's picture
Aug.24.2009
This is an eye-opening expose, revealing a sometimes funny but more often disturbing world of fanaticism and extremism.
rob-boston's picture
Aug.24.2009
From Publishers Weekly "Teflon televangelist" Pat Robertson, target of liberal ridicule, nevertheless has the Republican Party in a headlock, argues the author of this screed. Boston, a staffer at Americans United for Separation of Church and State and an editor at Church and State...
rob-boston's picture
Aug.04.2009
Is the separation of church and state a myth? Was the United States founded as a "Christian nation"? Religious Right organizations have launched a systematic propaganda war against the separation of church and state. Their aim is to convince the American public that church-state...
hank-edson's picture
Jun.14.2009
More than two centuries after the signing of The Declaration of Independence, finally ... the sequel! Over two centuries ago, our founding generation gave humanity a revolutionary new worldview in The Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created...
barry-w-lynn's picture
Feb.28.2008
The author is the head of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. In this book, he recounts several decades of battles, head-to-head, with right-wing "luminaries" from the late Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson to Ann Coulter (who said he should be blamed, personally, for 9/11...
dan-wakefield's picture
Jan.11.2008
In The Hijacking of Jesus, Dan Wakefield asks how and why the Christian faith has been so effectively appropriated by the Bush administration. Why is it that Republicans have become the party of "moral values?" How is it that mainline Christian denominations and leadership, both Catholic...