Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice in the Movement for Liberty

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Overview

In his 1979 landmark book Restoring the American Dream, RobertRinger wrote of the pressing need for Americans to reclaim theirGod-given liberties. Now, in this completely revised and updatededition—Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice inthe Movement for Liberty—Ringer's message is more relevanttoday than it was thirty years ago. In these pages, he covers suchcritical issues as:

  • The only legitimate functions of government
  • The ...
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Overview

In his 1979 landmark book Restoring the American Dream, RobertRinger wrote of the pressing need for Americans to reclaim theirGod-given liberties. Now, in this completely revised and updatededition—Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice inthe Movement for Liberty—Ringer's message is more relevanttoday than it was thirty years ago. In these pages, he covers suchcritical issues as:

  • The only legitimate functions of government
  • The internal decay of Western culture and how it has resulted inthe United States devolving into a moral cesspool
  • The economics of "nothingism" (socialism) and the evils ofredistribution of wealth
  • How government pits members of the middle class against eachother
  • Why the Selective Service System is a travesty on humanrights
  • Why the right to bear arms should be defended to the bitterend
  • Why all tax cuts are nothing more than illusions
  • The relentless push by today's progressives to create atotalitarian utopia of Washington-administered "benefits" and"rights"

The Founding Fathers believed that people possess a naturalright to sovereignty over their own lives and that government hasno right to interfere with that sovereignty. In that tradition, theauthor makes it clear that the American Dream is not aboutgovernment benefits and government-created "rights." It's aboutindividualism, self-responsibility, and personal freedom. It'sabout people being above government, the principle upon which thiscountry was founded. In Robert Ringer's candid, easy-to-understandstyle, Restoring the American Dream explains what people must do totake back America and preserve the American Dream for our childrenand grandchildren.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470627624
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/7/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 227
  • Sales rank: 1,511,594
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

ROBERT RINGER is the author of three #1 bestsellers and acolumnist for WorldNetDaily. He also publishes the pro-libertye-letter A Voice of Sanity in an Insane World and hosts the highlyacclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which featuresinterviews with top political, economic, and social leaders. Longbefore the advent of conservative talk radio, Ringer became anoutspoken advocate for the cause of freedom and free enterprise. Hehas appeared on numerous national talk shows and has been thesubject of feature articles in such major publications as Time,People, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron's, and the NewYork Times.

For more information, be sure to visit:www.robertringer.com.

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Publisher's Note

Introduction

Chapter 1 In the Beginning 1

Chapter 2 The System 13

Chapter 3 How People Get the Things They Want 31

Chapter 4 The Gourmet Banquet 63

Chapter 5 Taking the Free out of Free Enterprise 93

Chapter 6 Promoting the General Welfare 111

Chapter 7 How the Bill Is Paid 127

Chapter 8 Keeping It All in Place 157

Chapter 9 Taking Back America 175

Source Notes 209

About the Author 213

Index 215

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