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Billingsley, (Kenneth) Lloyd

BILLINGSLEY, (Kenneth) Lloyd

BILLINGSLEY, (Kenneth) Lloyd. American (born Canada), b. 1949. Genres: Theology/Religion, Film. Career: Writer. Editorial director, Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, Sacramento, CA. Publications: The Generation that Knew Not Josef: A Critique of Marxism and the Religious Left, 1985; The Absence of Tyranny: Recovering Freedom in Our Time, 1986; A Year for Life, 1986; Religion's Rebel Son: Fanaticism in Our Time, 1986; The Seductive Image: A Christian Critique of the World of Film, 1989; From Mainline to Sideline: The Social Witness of the National Council of Churches, 1991; (ed.) Voices on Choice: The Education Reform Debate, 1994 Hollywood Party: The Untold Story of How Communism Seduced the American Film Industry in the 1930s and 1940s, 1998. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, 1414 K. Street Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95814, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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