Robin Morgan talked about her book, Fighting Words: A Toolkit for Combating the Religious Right, published by Nation Books. In her book Ms. Morgan, a poet, novelist and political activist, draws upon quotations from the Founding Fathers in her “toolkit.” She argued that the United States was not founded as a Christian or religious nation and that contemporary religious conservatives want to create a theocracy. close
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