Just released a second addition (revised and expanded) of a an early American history book I published in 2005. If you are an American history buff or just want to know the true history behind America’s start and the Founding Fathers, you will want a copy of We the People, Birth of a Nation, Second Edition for your very own library. I guarantee you will not find another American history book like it anywhere. It is now available on Amazon, but will soon be available at other online sites or through your local bookstore. At 640 pages it is chock full of original documents and the words of the Founders. It’s an easy read that you will enjoy and cherish as a family heirloom.
Are you tired of American history that has been revised and sanitized to be politically correct or reinterpreted to conform to present-day political or philosophical thinking? We the People: Birth of a Nation, from A Summary View of the Rights of British America, written by Thomas Jefferson, through the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution to President Washington’s Farewell Address, covers the most important period of America’s history.
Learn about the miraculous and providential underpinnings that established America as the most unique nation of free people in the history of the world. Read the actual documents and about their historical significance, as well as the thinking of those Founding Fathers who put them in force for the posterity of all Americans.
Each historical document had its place and importance and is presented in its entirety for your review. Each is preceded by an informative historical narrative to help the reader understand the importance and place each document plays in America’s history and form of government.
Birth of a Nation provides the reader with unique historical insight like no other American history text. It is an historical heirloom for every American. Read history as it was meant to be read.
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