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The age of treason : the carefully and deliberately planned methods developed by the vicious element of humanity for the mental deterioration and moral debasement of the mass as a means to their enslavement, based on their own writings, and the means already confessedly employed: Destroy a man's reason and feelings and he will no longer be a human being Preview this item
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The age of treason : the carefully and deliberately planned methods developed by the vicious element of humanity for the mental deterioration and moral debasement of the mass as a means to their enslavement, based on their own writings, and the means already confessedly employed: Destroy a man's reason and feelings and he will no longer be a human being

Author: R Swinburne Clymer
Publisher: Quakertown, Penn. : Humanitarian Society, ©1959.
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Clymer, R. Swinburne (Reuben Swinburne), 1878-
Age of treason.
Quakertown, Penn., Humanitarian Society [1959]
(OCoLC)570268404
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Swinburne Clymer
OCLC Number: 10512192
Description: 396 pages ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by Dr. R. Swinburne Clymer.

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