Daily Archives: June 24, 2012

Book Review: Undaunted Courage

Just like the great Lewis and Clark expedition, this book gets off to a slow start, but don’t give up on it. It takes a while to lay the groundwork for this great true adventure in American history. And, being … Continue reading

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Book Review: GHOST SOLDIERS

In the waning days of World War II, with the Japanese looking down the jaws of defeat, Cover via Amazon the value of American and allied POW’s had greatly diminished. The Japanese had gone beyond their usual forte of atrocities inflicted … Continue reading

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Book Review: Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Throughout history, few books have garnered more controversy than Harriet Beecher Stowe’s UNCLE TOM’S CABIN. When he met Mrs. Stowe in 1861, President Lincoln proclaimed, “So you’re the little woman that wrote the book started this great war.” That may be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Major Problems in American Constitutional History

Whether you are an attorney or simply a student of Constitutional Law, this book is perhaps the most valuable resource you could ever add to your library. Professor Huebner has assembled a barrage of land mark cases and their effects … Continue reading

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Book Review: THE MORALITY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

Dr. Fleming’s book, The Morality of Everyday Life, presents seven essays that examine, in-depth and detail, the unraveling of our culture and government. What’s that, you ask? What do I mean, “unraveling of our culture and government? Well, okay, take a … Continue reading

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Book Review: THE DOUGHBOYS: America and the First World War

The title is slightly misleading. “The Doughboys” should be dropped as the more appropriate title is the subtitle “America and the First World War”. If the reader is looking for a day-to-day account of the American doughboy, this book isn’t it, … Continue reading

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Book Review: NEW VIEWS OF THE CONSTITUTION

Twentieth Centurions often credit modern conservatism with being the brainchild of Russell Kirk, Barry Goldwater or some other recent conservative, but John Taylor of Caroline clearly demonstrates in this classic work that conservatism has had long established roots in American … Continue reading

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