Arthur C. Brooks makes a complicated topic clearly understandable. Feel uneasy about the future? Read this.
This book downloaded in two parts and somehow got mixed up. I felt I started listening to the second part first, but couldn't be sure. Checked to see if that was the case. Couldn't find an answer. So for me, while the story was interesting, it jumped around and I couldn't follow the timeline. Too bad, it may have been a good story.
Historian David Barton had the nerve to write about Thomas Jefferson using primary historical sources and his book has been pulled from bookstores and the printing halted. Why? Interpretations of what Jefferson "really meant" in his actual writings have been passed from one lazy historian to another. Barton goes directly to written sources to disprove the popular lies that discredit Jefferson. As a result this extraordinary book has been banned. A shameful act in the United States.
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