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She is a wonderful writer, and at times you will forget that you're reading a history book.
This is an important part of maintaining one of the great features of our Constitutional heritage--the separation of church and state.
Author Rodda systematically lists and then busts a series of myths that these spurious history books have generated.
This book is full of lovely facts but is as dry as a bone. I couldn't make it through the whole book.Published 19 days ago by Cristy L. Comstock
A solid resource for deep analysis, but needs short bullet points for quick overview. Overall, a good beginning that focuses on how the Christian Right truly distorts truth.Published 2 months ago by Linda F Meyer Abbott
WOW...these Christian Fundamentalist Dominionists and Reconstructionists are downright scary!!! They want to make AMERICA, which has always had a pluralistic NON-religious... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Harvey
Don't get me wrong, I'm on the author's side and I think there is an interesting book that can be written on this topic. The chapters are just an absolutely chore to get through. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Pedersen
It is more like Chris Rodda is the Liar. She must have not seen the huge granite monument in Plymouth Mass. and read what's on it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kena Beard
This is a great take down of David Barton's "unusual" take on American History. Very well researched and documented! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andy Wangstad
Good read in a society that spins facts to meet the agenda of the ridiculous/unreasonablePublished 9 months ago by Wankanobe