Religious Right: The Greatest Threat to Democracy

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A.F. Alexander, Apr 2, 2012 - Religion - 398 pages
There is a deceptive movement to take over the government, courts, education system, media outlets, and American culture with stealth – and it's true. How is this possible? Find out in the pages of this expose, written by an insider who left the Religious Right fold, and now shares why they believe they are mandated to have dominion over every aspect of life in the United States. It reveals how their vision for America is not a democracy at all. – Understand the Religious Right network’s blueprint for America. – Meet the Christian Reconstructionists and Dominionists. – Understand the Seven Mountains Mandate, which provides the strategy for a successful takeover. – See why Quiverfull is the template for a proper, traditional family. – Finally, understand the attacks on public schools and teachers. – Find out who the leaders of the movement really are and their successful tactics. – This book explains the rewriting of our nation’s history. – Complete with interviews, research, and bibliography included. – Presentation is organized and systematic, while in plain English. – Shares how to get involved and make a difference in your community to protect your rights and preserve democracy.

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Well, this book suffers from poor presentation and a cover that makes you wonder what axe the author has to grind. Even her bio warns you that she's been wronged and wants to set things right. While ... Read full review

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I looked forward to receiving this book, hoping that I would learn more about the religious right than I knew, which is very little. I was so overwhelmed with information that I just stopped reading ... Read full review


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