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    CONTENTS

    SYNOPSIS.—Introduction, 3-7;
    Beginning of Mr. Jones’s Argument before the Senate Committee, 9, 10;
    The Words of Christ, 11, 12;
    Civil Government a Social Compact, 13-16;
    What to God?—What to Caesar? 17-20;
    The Sabbath Not Due to Caesar, 21, 22;
    Civil Sabbath Laws Antichristian, 23, 24;
    The Civil Power Enforces Civility, 25, 26;
    Sunday-Law Inconsistency, 27, 28;
    Laws against Blasphemy, 29-40;
    Christianity and Roman Law, 41, 42;
    The United States Constitution, 43, 44;
    Sunday Laws Religious Legislation, 45, 46;
    Sunday Laws Unconstitutional, 47, 48;
    Sunday-Law Petitions, 49, 50;
    Sunday Laws Not Good, 51, 52;
    Religion Necessary to a Rest Day, 53, 54;
    A Rest Day Belongs Only to God, 55, 56;
    The History of It, 57, 58;
    A New Theocracy, 59, 60;
    The Government of Israel, 61, 62;
    The New Theocracy, 63-66;
    The Fourth-Century Theocracy 67, 68;
    Fourth-Century Sunday Laws, 69, 70;
    The Union of Church and State, 71, 72;
    The Foundation of the Inquisition, 73, 74;
    No Scripture ‘Authority for Sunday, 75, 76;
    Sabbath Laws Belong Only with a Theocracy, 77, 78;
    More! More! More! More! 79, 80;
    Enforced Church-going on Sunday, 81, 82;
    The Object of Sunday Laws, 83, 84;
    Shall the Church Compel the Civil Power? 85, 86;
    The Cardinal Knows What He is Doing, 87, 88;
    The Argument Is Logical, 89, 90;
    Sunday Laws Mean Church and State, 91, 92;
    Only God Can Enforce the Decalogue, 93, 94;
    No Earthly Theocracy—No Sunday Laws, 95, 96;
    A National Religion Proposed, 97, 98;
    Worse than Russia, 99, 100;
    The State Not a Religious Partisan, 101, 102;
    Shall this Majority Rule? 103, 104;
    Sunday Laws and the Working-Men, 105-108;
    Wages for Doing Nothing, 109-112;
    Church Members Compel Work on Sunday, 113, 114;
    The Preachers Desecrate the Day, 115, 116;
    Will They Compel Themselves? 117, 118;
    An Exemption Clause, 119, 120;
    Exemption Is Toleration in Disguise, 121, 122;
    The Workings of a Sunday Law, 123-128;
    Subversion of Liberty, 129, 130;
    The Workings of a Sunday Law, 131-134;
    Legislative Power not Omnipotent, 135, 136;
    An Unconstitutional Decision, 137, 138;
    The Pharisees Justified Themselves, 139, 140;
    Sunday Laws Invade Inalienable Rights, 141-146;
    Earthly Governments Civil, Not Moral, 147-152;
    Is the Objection Imaginary? 153, 154;
    No Ticket of Leave for Us, 155, 156;
    W. C. T. U. Legislation, 157, 158;
    Exemption for the Territories, 159, 160;
    The New Doctrine of Protection, 161, 162;
    Two Sundays Instead of One, 163, 164;
    The Answer to Unanswerable Arguments, 165, 166;
    The Authority for Sunday Laws, 167-172;
    No Authority for Sunday Laws, 173-183;
    Appendix A, 184-191;
    Appendix B, 192.
    NSLS18 8.1

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