McAllister, David. Christian Civil Government in America: The National Reform Movement, Its History and Principles, Revised by T. H. Acheson and Wm. Parsons. Pittsburgh: National Reform Association, 1927. Sixth Edition. 
Green cloth, 4 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches, ink underlining on about a dozen pp. 356 pp., illustrated with portraits. Good. Hardcover.
The National Reform Association sought, and seeks, to establish a Christian foundation for the federal government of the United States. The Reformed Presbyterian Church, with her history of public covenanting and upholding the "Crown Rights" of the Messiah, have supplied, over the years, much of the leadership of the Association.
The first 214 pp. tell the history and development of the movement, with explanations of the historical, documentary, philosophical, and scriptural basis that undergird it, along with answers to objections.
The second part of the book is a collection of 23 historical documents that support or give examples of the principles of the movement. Examples are the Mayflower Contract, Plymouth Colony School of Law, Colonial Articles of Confederation, Thanksgiving Proclamation of the Continental Congress, &c.