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These excerpts are reprinted, not for any real informational value about Freemasonry, but as an indication of how non-masons—as compared to anti-masons—have attempted to describe Freemasonry.
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HISTORY THEORIES
HISTORIANS' VIEWS
FREEMASONRY DEFINED
MASONRY IN FICTION
Public perceptions
Ambrose Bierce’s Devil’s Dictionary (1911)
Brann the Iconoclast (1898)
Building the Great Pyramid
The Farmer's Almanac and Register for 1823
William Grimshaw’s Ladies' Lexicon (1829)
A New General English Dictionary (1736)
Henry Hallam : "The curious subject of freemasonry" (1872)
Lewis Mumford’s The Condition of Man (1944)
The Oracle Encyclopaedia (1895)
Leon Trotsky writes about Freemasonry (1898)
Freemasonry and the law
California Penal Code: 538b.
Indiana Supreme Court ruling (1909)
New York State General Business Law: S 134.
United Kingdom (2009)

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