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100 1  Baigent, Michael. 
245 14 The temple and the lodge|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cMichael Baigent and Richard Leigh. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 1  Read by Rick Adamson. 
520    In The Temple and the Lodge, Michael Baigent and Richard 
       Leigh reveal the survival and evolution of a world-
       changing order through the birth of the Masonic lodge. 
       Recounting the brutal events in the fourteenth century 
       that led to the sudden disappearance of the Knights 
       Templar-a powerful military and banking order founded in 
       1119 and active in the Crusades-the authors document the 
       Templars' reappearance in the court of excommunicate 
       Scottish king Robert the Bruce. Tracing the survival of 
       certain Templar traditions in the birth of the Masonic 
       lodge, they chart the history of Freemasonry from its 
       medieval roots into the modern era, and from Europe to 
       colonial America and the young United States.  Baigent and
       Leigh marshal the evidence that the order's contribution 
       to fostering tolerance, progressive values, and cohesion 
       in English society helped preempt a French-style 
       revolution in England. Freemasonry was an essential 
       keystone in the formation of the United States, and the 
       authors argue that America itself is an embodiment of the 
       ideal "Masonic Republic." Their groundbreaking analysis 
       challenged the accepted history of the influence of 
       Freemasonry on America's framers and revolutionists, which
       most mainstream historians ignored until recently. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
610 20 Freemasons|zGreat Britain|xHistory. 
610 20 Freemasons|xControversial literature. 
610 20 Freemasons|xHistory. 
650  0 Freemasonry|zGreat Britain|xHistory. 
650  0 Freemasonry|xHistory. 
700 1  Leigh, Richard,|d1943-2007. 
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