The Price of Liberty: Benjamin Franklin Wept
AuthorHouse, 2000 - 236 páginas
The Price of Liberty: Benjamin Franklin Wept, discloses the ingenuous beliefs, intentions, and concerns of the wise men that created the United States of America. In so doing, it is more than an exciting, contemporary novel. It becomes a tool for liberty-loving Americans.
One hundred sixty years ago, Justice Joseph Story wrote, "It [our Republic] has been reared for immortality, . . . It may, nevertheless, perish in an hour, by the folly, or corruption, or negligence of its only keepers, THE PEOPLE. Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence of the citizens. They fall, when the wise are banished from the public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray them."
The author asks, do we want these United States to be just another page in history?
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Perspectives of a Tragedy
San Francisco Corruption
The Inalienable Rights of Man
The Price of Liberty
A Multitude of Counselors
The Role of Government
Fear Apathy and the Germ of Tyranny
Jackboots at the Door
Treachery and Capitulation
Benjamin Franklin Wept
Liberals Conservatives and Impending Disaster
Perception of Misfortune
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