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Attack of the Theocrats: How the Religious Right Harms Us All--and What We Can Do about It

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2012

    Decent read

    Well, a little dry, and not a ton of new information for anyone into the secular movement, but overall a decent read. Does a good job of demonstrating how the theocrats are misrepresenting what they claim to be building their arguments on. I also like that it presents a positive approach to the subject.

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  • Posted June 22, 2013

    A good book.

    This is a pretty good book and not nearly as snarky as the title suggests. Emphasizes our secular history and explains why it is necessary to keep religious preference out of our laws and government.

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  • Posted July 3, 2012

    fair in terms of content and layout, best used as a reference bo

    fair in terms of content and layout, best used as a reference book
    This book appears to give a good layout of todays political situation in America as far as theocratic representation is concerned (as far as 2012 is concerned). Apart from that it does offer some tidbits of info on quotes used some infamous theocrats in the US on modern times. I found this book to be quite entertaining, but see this book as somewhat of a novelty item, and plan on holding onto a book like this since it's content is based on modern time political history since it might bear some historic value later on (the fundamentalist fifty chapter is a great example). If you buy a copy of this book keep it as long as you can, this is modern day history encapsulated in one book.

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