The Irony of American History, Volume 10

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Scribner, 1952 - United States - 174 pages
The substance of this volume consists of two series of lectures. Both Lectureships dealt with the position of our nation in the present world situation, as interpreted from the standponit of the Christian faith.

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Contents

PREFACE vii
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The Innocent Nation in an Innocent World
17
Happiness Prosperity and Virtue
43
Copyright

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