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By David M. Gross

ISBN-10: 1466458208

ISBN-13: 9781466458208

This assortment indicates how conflict tax resistance constructed within the Society of buddies in the US and the way Quaker struggle tax resistance has been noticeable via different american citizens. those spotlight the hunt for fact in the Society of buddies in addition to the curiosity, challenge, and coffee aggravation of these outdoor of the Society who came upon themselves attempting to comprehend or navigate the Quaker aspect of view.

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