Includes bibliographical references (pages -239) and index.
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How important is religion, especially Christianity, in matters of state and government? Should the two be entirely separate? -- What is the function of education, and how much control should the federal government have over it? -- Is the government responsible for protecting the land and the environment? -- Is the health of the people considered part of the "general welfare"? -- Should the government stimulate the economy and otherwise ensure full employment? -- Does the government have a responsibility to keep large businesses solvent in order to protect American industry? -- Doesn't the government have a specific stake in protecting the money supply and the banking system? -- Should the United States tolerate high deficits and a large national debt? -- What is the purpose of war and should it be avoided? -- Should federal, state, or local governments collectively or individually have the authority to regulate gun ownership?