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The Roman Catholic French government (with moral support from the Vatican)
largely financed the American Revolution, which created a secularist national US
government formed from overturning the then established national Protestant
governmental structure. After the American Revolution was over, many French
decided they wanted to copy the American model revolution they had previously
supported. The results in France were even more disastrous than in America,
because the revolutionaries lacked a Protestant heritage, and it took on an
atheistic character (unlike the American Revolution).
Where on the world wide web are writings
that show they financed such???
When three colonists went to France
during the Revolution,
did they negotiate "spiritual"
Were the Jacobins roman catholics???
Napoleon; or was he just playing "games" with
Have read a book of yours;
a section you titled,
The Rising Of Romanism...
You were not bold with your
those you are trying to teach
need to know absolutely
the before and after of the Revolution
with respect to roman catholics!!!
You should have a chart there
declaring the laws the colonists
had against them and the
so-called laws for them or protects them,
after the war...