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One Nation Under God: The Triumph of the Native American Church

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This inspirational book celebrates the faith and courage of members of a traditional church that -- in 20th century America -- still struggling for religious freedom. Their Greatest challenge is the ongoing legal battle against the 1990 Supreme Court decision citing peyote use to deny the Native American Church the First Amendment right to 'the free exercise of religion'. ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Clear Light Publishing (first published October 1st 1995)
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Feb 06, 2013 Kelsey rated it really liked it
Great book and a quick read! This book provided a brief introduction to Peyote, it's legal debacles, and how it has impacted people's lives. The end also includes a tribute to Reuben Snake and a overview of the Native American Church.

I recommend this to anyone looking the learn the basics about Peyote.
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Smith was born in Suzhou, China to Methodist missionaries and spent his first 17 years there. He taught at the Universities of Colorado and Denver from 1944–1947, moving to Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri for the next ten years, and then Professor of Philosophy at MIT from 1958–1973. While at MIT he participated in some of the experiments with entheogens that professor Timothy Leary c ...more
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