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This is not really a book, as Chesterton mentions, it was supposed to be a pamphlet as if divorce would have been a temporary social disease. However, unfortunately for us, it proved to be permanent ... Read full review
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A good little read. As usual Chesterton mixes wit with an uncanny ability to make clear the enduring truths of Christendom. Though not a "Catholic" book per se, Chesterton defends the Catholic ... Read full review
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