Winning the New Civil War
Recapturing America's Values
©1991 Robert P. Dugan, Jr.
Table of Contents
Prologue: At Least I Tried 13
Seizing our Rights
1. What We "Know" That Isn't So 35
2. What is Biblical? 51
3. What is Constitutional? 67
Strategizing for Change
4. Changing the Politicians' Thinking 87
5. Changing the Politicians Themselves 109
6. A Decade of Changing the Political Landscape 127
Steering the Course
7. Are We "One Nation Under God"? 147
8. Who Will Determine America's Future? 165
Appendix I: Political Activity by Clergymen 191
Appendix II: Resources to Get You Started 201
Appendix III: Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire" Speech 215
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BR 115.P7 || 261.7/0973 || LC: 90-22664 || OCLC: 22665024 || 226 p.
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