Faith, Reason, and Consent: Legislating Morality in Early Amerian States



Published: 2008-07-15 | ISBN: 1593322739 | PDF | 308 pages | 4 MB

Americans commonly insist that government should not legislate morality. The early American state founders, revolutionaries known for their commitment to liberty, were equally concerned about what kind of morality both should and should not be legislated. In U.S.

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