anti-disestablishmentarianism and why it failed

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Initial post: Oct 16, 2006 7:12:15 AM PDT
M. Bagge says:
This book needs to be taken on its own terms, not the predispositions of the readers, no matter how ideological. The sole Amazon reviewer uses the fact of publication as a starting point to make certain points. Not a review but a campaign speech. Could we have a real review ? Saw Kuo on '60 Minutes', seems authentic and a religious disestablishmentarian, i.e. squarely in favor of separating church and state. BUT let's let Kuo's narrative speak for itself and not be a puppet of others OR a target for true believer right wing nut bags. Would be more productive if we listened (or read) and then spoke (or wrote) and didnt miss the actual experiences of participants like Kuo.
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Tempting Faith: An Inside Story of Political Seduction
Tempting Faith: An Inside Story of Political Seduction by J. David Kuo (Hardcover - October 16, 2006)
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