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The Theme Is Freedom: Religion, Politics, and the American Tradition | [M. Stanton Evans]

The Theme Is Freedom: Religion, Politics, and the American Tradition

The Theme is Freedom presents a new reading of the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, the constitutional founding, and the religious clauses of the First Amendment. Evans draws the conclusion that our liberties have always been dependent of the religious traditions of the West - directly contrary to accepted theory.
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The Theme is Freedom could have easily been titled "Everything You Were Ever Taught Was Wrong." Author M. Stanton Evans challenges nearly every concept most of us have learned in history classes from elementary school to college.

The Theme is Freedom presents a new reading of the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, the constitutional founding, and the religious clauses of the First Amendment. Evans draws the conclusion that our liberties have always been dependent of the religious traditions of the West - directly contrary to accepted theory.

On every salient issue, The Theme is Freedom stands conventional wisdom on its head. It will disturb some, encourage others, inform many, and above all, provide a view of American political history that liberals and conservatives alike will find provocative and surprising.

©1994 M. Stanton Evans (P)2013 Regnery Publishing

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