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Conspiracy theories about attacks on Christianity by sinister forces gained popularity in the late 1700s and focused on allegations that revolutionary subversion was coordinated from within Masonic Lodges.
Barruel, Abbé Augustin. ([1797–1798] 1995). Memoirs Illustrating
the History of Jacobinism. 2nd ed., revised and corrected. English
translation by Robert Clifford. Reprint, reissued in one volume. Fraser,
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