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The natural family : a manifesto

Author: Allan C Carlson; Paul T Mero
Publisher: Dallas : Spence Publishing, [2007]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Carlson and Mero examine why the family is in crisis, the ways in which the natural family is the source of culture and freedom, and what families can do to preserve the most fundamental and wholesome relationship on earth. Assured that human nature is on their side, Carlson and Mero can be both realistic about the family's plight and relentlessly optimistic. The Natural Family: A Manifesto is a road map, especially  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan C Carlson; Paul T Mero
ISBN: 1890626708 9781890626709
OCLC Number: 153579928
Description: xiii, 256 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: A school of despotism? --
The bulwark of liberty --
The fundamental unit of society --
Eternal truths and the sciences --
Life, death, work, and taxes --
Gifts of the natural family --
Introspection and confession --
A natural family policy --
The Geneva declaration (1999) --
The Mexico City declaration (2004).
Responsibility: Allan C. Carlson, Paul T. Mero.

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Carlson and Mero examine why the family is in crisis, the ways in which the natural family is the source of culture and freedom, and what families can do to preserve the most fundamental and wholesome relationship on earth. Assured that human nature is on their side, Carlson and Mero can be both realistic about the family's plight and relentlessly optimistic. The Natural Family: A Manifesto is a road map, especially for the young, for rebuilding a culture of freedom, joy, and love. -- BOOK JACKET.

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