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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank God for Epps!, October 9, 2012
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This review is from: Wrong and Dangerous: Ten Right Wing Myths about Our Constitution (Hardcover)
I've long been a fan of Mr. Epps! This is a fantastic book. If you have always wanted to know what the Constitution and the Bill of Rights ACTUALLY says on these ten critical issues - then this is your book. Epps wrote this book so that it is easily understandable to folks who are not students of law. Get this book. Read it. Study it... Because your freedom may very well depend on it.
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Initial post: Dec 6, 2012 9:40:35 AM PST
Or you could just read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to find out what they ACTUALLY say. It would be quicker, easier, and cheaper because those documents are free.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 26, 2014 2:47:25 PM PST
An intelligent and intellectually curious person would read both the original documents and the secondary literature that analyzes the historical and ideological contexts. Reading about the cultural context can be helpful as well for the colonies and the later states had distinct social and political traditions. An intellectually honest and humble person would admit that understanding such old texts requires extensive reading and study.
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