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Reflections : August 2009 ; Volume 1, Issue 7: August 2009 ; Volume 1, Issue 7

By Kuhner, Jeffery T.

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Title: Reflections : August 2009 ; Volume 1, Issue 7: August 2009 ; Volume 1, Issue 7  
Author: Kuhner, Jeffery T.
Volume: Volume 1, Issue 7
Language: English
Subject: Newsletter, Politics, Government
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Reflections Collection
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Publisher: The Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal, Washington, D. C.  


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Description: The mission of Reflections Magazine is to launch a conservative moral and intellectual revival. We will bring together the finest minds and writers to defend the eternal principles of God, country and family.

Summary: We stand for an America that champions human rights and freedom, in which every individual—regardless of race, color, gender or religion—possesses innate dignity and equal value in the eyes of our creator. We ask like-minded Americans to join us in this struggle for the heart and soul of America.


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