1898. From the Preface: Uncle Sam needs a Bible. May this book persuade him to look for one. For there is a Bible especially designed and written for him. Blessed will he be if he will take it from the pulpit cushion or the parlor table and carry it into his senate chambers, his executive mansions and his court-rooms, and study and obey it. This book looks at political questions from the standpoint of righteousness or conformity to God's will. It has few predecessors; may it have many successors! Its publishers hope that it will arouse more interest and exert greater influence than any book ever did, excepting the Bible. Contents: Christian Civilization; The Higher Law; The Best Law Book; Christ and Reform; Expediency vs. Righteousness; The First Duty of Christians; The Judgment of the Church; The Duty of Civil Government; Socialism; Hebrew, Justice, Justice!; Like People, Like Priest; The People are the Judges; The Ideal Woman; Taxing Honesty-National Debts; More About Taxes; Import Duties; About Money; The Silver Question; Usury, or Interest; The Bible on Usury; God's Land Grants; Labor's Book; Natural and Artificial Monopolies; The Railroads; The Trusts; and The Liquor Traffic.