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Laws of Our Fathers
Popular Culture and the U.S. Constitution
Edited by Ray B. Browne and Glenn J. Browne

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The essays in this book trace many of the multitudinous forces at work on the Constitution and in the popular culture and show how the forces control and benefit each other. The subject is of profound importance and, beginning with these essays, needs to be studied at great length for the benefit of us all.

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Red, white, and blue cover picturing greek statues in front of a government building

June 2002
LC: 86-070852 KF
306 pp.   6 x 9

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ISBN 978-0-87972-338-5
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