#1 New York Times best-selling author Mark Levin explores the philosophical basis of America's foundations and the crisis that faces government today.
©2012 Mark Levin (P)2012 Simon & Schuster
What a history lesson about the people past and present who would tell me how to live my life.
Plato. He gave great thought, time and effort to explain just how stupid and retarded I am.
This book solidified my understanding of how the progressive would like to control my life verses what the Constitution allows the federal government to do. The contrast is stunning and makes me afraid for, not me, but my son, daughter-in-law and three young grandchildren. I am very afraid for them.
If you do not understand what the enemy wants to do to you, you cannot defend yourself against them. The result is tyranny or liberty.
Mark Levin reveals the truth about the Left
The deception of the left
The enslavement of mankind
They both compliment each other. One way or another the words must be digested in order for one to contemplate the weight of their vote in this next election.
His erudite elucidate summarization of past philosophical and utopian works and their effect upon our society as a whole. Definitely mind-expanding!
It was a treat to have Mark introduce his book and a pleasure as well to hear Adam's voice.
Yes, every time he succeeded in sparking a illuminating moment in my mind. Step by step he earns the right to be known for his successful textbook-like approach for us. In the end we learn what we didn't perceive not knowing and add his insightfulness into the index of our thoughtful existence.
The words emoted for this book audibly are truly words to inspire liberty!
Levin does an outstanding job of surveying the landscape of Utopian thought. His logic and substantive arguments for its impracticality are watertight. I have bought copies for two friends so far and intend to buy at least a dozen or two more. Well done.
Absolutely! You need to read all of Mark's books.
The telling of the truth about liberalism's flaw.
No! This content must be studied in great detail to determine how to read it. Actually, you have to by the book. It requires a dictionary to understand ALL the significance of the content.
The subtitle is correct as is.
It's now or never. We change direction now or America dies.
This book outlines all of the features and benefits of a free, individually-based society versus collectivist societies, using the writings of the collectivist. Any American would benefit from hearing this program.
Though I knew of his theory of forms, learning of Plato's vision of a perfect city was definitely an eye-opener.
What is the true cost of giving up freedom?
Mark not only explains the founding fathers reasoning in the various components of the constitution, but also the various influences on their decisions. This should be required reading in order to register to vote!
This is a book that should be read by every American. Thank you once again Mark for your insite and understanding of our country and what makes us so GREAT.
Great information but it is read in a monotone voice by levin and the other narator. Non of the passion in the radio show. Great info but please read it better.
Great illumination on how the world works. Idea wise I would rate it as A++
Nope because I think the narration ruined the book. I can't read any more because of my eyes but I might have to bribe a friend to make a recoding for me.
How Utopias don't work :)
Can they please redo this audio? I would buy a better version again.
Mr Levin provides us and posterity the blueprint of natural rights and the emancipation of the individual through virtue and enlightenment.
This book explains what has happened as we allowed our personal freedoms to be replaced with control from an unceasing administrative state.
When you couple this book with the Liberty Amendments, they provide both a compelling argument and practical guide of how we can save the best form of government men has ever created for itself. Let man remain free to self govern.
As for the 3 stars, it would had been nice to hear this book (and all his other books), read by Mark himself.
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