This book is the best of all those remakes as it is true to the original. It is the best starter book to refresh knowledge and gain a lot more about government and its most basic structures and laws. Listening to Geoffrey Parsons' messages is like "hearing" the words of the Founders and reading an encyclopedia at the same time. Parsons remained optimistic in his 1919 portrayal of America, while having a major concern about politicians, such as Woodrow Wilson, who were already chipping at the fabric of America and set it off its assured course. This book will help all of us be better prepared to react to the overreach of corrupt politicians at the highest levels of government. Parsons loved America as founded and hated corruption. You can learn why - read his monumental historical work.
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About the Author
Kelly has designed, developed, and taught many college and professional courses. He is also a contributing technical editor to a number of IT industry magazines, including "The Four Hundred" and "Four Hundred Guru" published by IT Jungle. On the Patriotic side, you once could find a current Kelly article at www.conservativeactionalerts.com Look up Brian Kelly or go to www.conservativeactionalerts.com/author/Brian-Kelly/
Kelly is a former IBM Senior Systems Engineer and he has been a candidate for US Congress and the US Senate from Pennsylvania. He has an active information technology consultancy. When this was written he was the author of 55 books and numerous articles. Kelly is a frequent speaker at COMMON, IBM conferences, and other technical conferences. Ask him to speak at your next conservative rally.You'll be quite pleased!
Over the past ten years, Brian Kelly has become one of America's most outspoken and eloquent conservative protagonists. Besides America 4 Dummmies and other patriotic 4 Dummmies books, Kelly is also the author of many others. Books are available at www.bookhawkers.com and Amazon and Kindle
Endorsed by the Independence Hall Tea Party in 2010, Kelly ran for Congress against a 13-term Democrat and, took no campaign contributions, spent enough to buy signs and T-shirts, and as a virtual unknown, he captured 17% of the vote--briankellyforcongress.com.