Tyranny Through Public Education
Xulon Press, 2004 - 618 pages
This book documents the inherently flawed nature of America's public school system as currently structured. Contemporary recommendations for correcting the system invariably treat symptoms rather than the inherent problem of government control over parental and religious rights.
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EDUCATION MUST NOT BE RELIGIOUS
NATURE OF RELIGION
EDUCATION IS A RELIGIOUS
FEDERAL POWERS GAINED
THE STATE VERSUS THE PEOPLE
THE ILLOGIC OF IT ALL
Liberty Withheld Prepares for the Exercise of Liberty
EDUCATION MUST BE RELIGIOUSLY
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