Never was a republic founded on better principles, immortal principles—freedom of conscience and religious liberty. These were solidly sewn into the fabric of the U. S. Constitution. But, however great the Constitution and its principles may be, they can only stand if the people willingly choose to uphold them. A government by the people can never rise higher than the people themselves. P. T. Magan was a man ahead of his time. He was a reformer who feared nothing but displeasing God. Being friends with A. T. Jones, he was naturally inclined to thoroughly study this extremely relevant issue. In this book, Magan vividly shows how the principles that made America the defender of liberty were already being violated in his days. Now, shall we remain silent? Can we afford to lose religious liberty and freedom of conscience?