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How to Separate Church & State

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Barry McGowan has over 20 years of experience in activism supporting the

separation of church and state. How to Separate Church & State distills his accumulated knowledge into a handy practical guide to some very timely topics. Rather than a politico-philosophical discussion of the subject, it’s a concise how-to with practical do-it-yourself solutions anyone can implement on a budget, in their spare time.

“... a fine guide to action: it ...

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Overview

Barry McGowan has over 20 years of experience in activism supporting the

separation of church and state. How to Separate Church & State distills his accumulated knowledge into a handy practical guide to some very timely topics. Rather than a politico-philosophical discussion of the subject, it’s a concise how-to with practical do-it-yourself solutions anyone can implement on a budget, in their spare time.

“... a fine guide to action: it explains in considerable detail just how each

of us can make a difference in correcting violations of real religious liberty

... this work gives you plenty of avenues to make a real difference in your

community and nation.”

-Rev. Barry Lynn

President of Americans United for Separation of Church and State

“... does a great job showing the remarkable number and variety of ways in which Monotheistic religion has wended its way into our state and federal governments. Just a walk down the Table of Contents demonstrates how pervasive this constitutional infraction has been. ... A more in-depth reading reveals some of the tools that can be used to redirect that power as the nation’s great charter requires.”

-Mike Newdow

Constitutional Law Attorney

“...very useful and well-organized.”

-Dale McGowan

Editor of Parenting Beyond Belief and Co-author of Raising Freethinkers

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Barry Lynn
...a fine guide to action: it explains in considerable detail just how each of us can make a difference in correcting violations of real religious liberty ... this work gives you plenty of avenues to make a real difference in your community and nation.
—Rev. Barry Lynn (President of Americans United for Separation of Church and State)
Dale McGowan
...very useful and well-organized.
—Dale McGowan (Editor of Parenting Beyond Belief and Co-author of Raising Freethinkers)
Mike Newdow
...does a great job showing the remarkable number and variety of ways in which Monotheistic religion has wended its way into our state and federal governments. Just a walk down the Table of Contents demonstrates how pervasive this constitutional infraction has been. ... A more in-depth reading reveals some of the tools that can be used to redirect that power as the nation's great charter requires.
—Mike Newdow (Constitutional Law Attorney)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615638027
  • Publisher: Hufton Mueller, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/27/2012
  • Pages: 306
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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