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"Betrayed by the Bench."
It was called "None Dare Call It Treason," by John Stormer. It sold millions of copies. It birthed the conservative movement. It awakened a generation that would later bring Ronald Reagan to the presidency.
Now John Stormer is back with another book designed to alert a new generation to another threat to the American republic.
It's called "Betrayed by the Bench." And while there have been other efforts to sound the alarm on judicial tyranny in America, no one does it like Stormer – a modern-day Paul Revere riding his midnight ride.
Unlike any other book on the subject, Stormer traces the origin of this betrayal of the U.S. Constitution and the elevation of judicial power.
"Betrayed by the Bench" examines how the 19th century academic theories of Hegel and Darwin transformed legal education, the courts and our culture. Its underlying theme reveals the impact of God's historical intervention through the Great Awakening of the 1740-1785 period and, again, in the revival of 1857.
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