Lost Causes: The Romantic Attraction of Defeated Yet Unvanquished Men and Movements  -     By: George Grant, Karen Grant
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Lost Causes: The Romantic Attraction of Defeated Yet Unvanquished Men and Movements

Cumberland House Publishing / 1999 / Paperback

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Through the centuries many causes that appeared to be defeated continued to live on in the hearts of people, surviving defeat and ultimately outliving the forces that appeared to have conquered them. LOST CAUSES is a thoughtful look at a dozen such causes. By taking a close look at these causes and those who espoused them, the authors have provided those who mourn the loss of justice, decency, truth, and honor in our own time with a perspective that looks beyond the present situation to the verdict of history and ultimately eternity.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Cumberland House Publishing
Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 7 X 6.25 (inches)
ISBN: 158182016X
ISBN-13: 9781581820164
UPC: 610529001169

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Lost Causes": The Romantic Attraction of Defeated yet Unvanquished Men and Movements, by George and Karen Grant, is a thoughtful look at several causes that captured the hearts of people, survived defeat, and ultimately out-lived their foes."

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