GOD, GOLD & GOVERNMENT by Howard E. Kershner

GOD, GOLD & GOVERNMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A series of essays on a variety of subjects that can be collected under the book's title. They present a far-to-the-right interpretation of religion, economics, and government, presenting Mr. Kershner's conviction that the proof of piety is success, and that the Ten Commandments are God's charter for free enterprise. ""Keep close to God, and all these things will be added unto you"" is a recurring theme. There is much hard criticism of the present government policy of currency de-valuation, which ""will lead to complete disaster if unchecked in twenty years,"" and a great deal of righteous indignation against any governmental regulation as being contrary to God's will for his people. It is doubtful if many would be interested in a book of this character except those who practise what it preaches, and they would probably feel that they don't need it.

Publisher: Prentice-Hall