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Robert Lewis Dabney: The Prophet Speaks

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With remarkable accluracy, Rl Dabney predicted the rise of feminism, goverment education, and even the children's rights movement. His insights are thought provoking.
Paperback, 38 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Vision Forum (first published October 25th 1999)
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This is an amazing collection of 'prophecies' (which were really projections based on the philosophical currents of the times) which have either come true or are in the process of coming true. This booklet organizes his predictions in four categories - Education, Politics, Family, and Feminism/Biblical Manhood - and they are frightfully accurate.
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