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The Secrets of the Kingdom: Religion and Concealment in the Bush Administration
The Secrets of the Kingdom is the first book to critically examine the complex relationship between faith and concealment in the Bush White House.
Paperback, 229 pages
Published March 14th 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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The author makes a compelling case for the nefarious role that secrecy has played in the federal government's dealings during the Bush administration. He also describes how religion (Evangelical Christianity in particular) was used by the administration in clever ways as a sort of sleight of hand to shift attention away from many of the nation's domestic and foreign problems, as well as a strange justification for its secrecy. Although the book is interesting and informative, it is not written w ...more