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Why The Story of Liberty Is So Important

by Rose Weiner

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Why The Story of Liberty Is So Important

Why The Story of Liberty Is So Important by Rose Weiner:

Why did we republish Charles Coffin’s The Story of Liberty, Sweet Land of Liberty, and the Boy’s of 76? There is one very simple reason. Because our history has been rewritten by Progressive Marxist Educators over the last century to the point that our national history has been erased and our Founders have been lied about and defamed.

In fact, soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary war visited his home and told his family stories of God’s miraculous hand in battle. He later would retell the stories in The Boys of ’76 so that generations yet unborn God understand the hand of Providence in our Independence.

One history professor stated, “If there was one book I could recommend to help people understand the “why” of America, The Story of Liberty would be it.”

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  • Banner text: So we’ve got to teach history based not on what’s in fashion, but on what’s important, on why the pilgrims came here. . . If we forget what we did, we won’t know who we are.
  • Author: by Rose Weiner
  • Format: Paperback, 50 pages
  • ISBN: 978-0-938558-09-5

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