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Az amerikai szabadkőművesek, A titkos társaság (edition 2009)

by H. Paul Jeffers, Péter Jutai (Translator)

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Expanding on his bestselling title Freemasons, Jeffers explores Freemasonry and its hand in the conception, founding and development of America and the American political system. spanning from Colonial times to the present, Freemasons in America picks off where Jeffers left off - covering many of the shared principles and ideals including religious and personal liberty, social and civic responsibility and faith and reliance in a Supreme Being. Also contains an examination of the lives and careers of famous Masons throughout history.… (more)
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Title:Az amerikai szabadkőművesek, A titkos társaság
Authors:H. Paul Jeffers
Other authors:Péter Jutai (Translator)
Info:Budapest Gabo cop. 2009
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The Freemasons in America: Inside the Secret Society by H. Paul Jeffers

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Expanding on his bestselling title Freemasons, Jeffers explores Freemasonry and its hand in the conception, founding and development of America and the American political system. spanning from Colonial times to the present, Freemasons in America picks off where Jeffers left off - covering many of the shared principles and ideals including religious and personal liberty, social and civic responsibility and faith and reliance in a Supreme Being. Also contains an examination of the lives and careers of famous Masons throughout history.

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