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  • By Anne Wingate
    Aug 2, 2012
    Leo Sopicki’s Speak the Truth to Patriots is both elegant and thorough. It is elegant in its shortness and simplicity and thorough in its assumption that the reader has no more than basic computer and camera skills. Everything else is explained completely yet succinctly. There are no omissions under the belief that of course the reader already knows this. There are no wasted words and no waste of the reader’s time. The arrangement is logical, It begins with getting the assignment, goes through the tools you’ll need, tells you how to get volunteers and what to do with them when you get them, leads you through planning and carrying out a campaign, and ends with a list of extra resources you can draw on. Its 11X7 footprint makes it fit well with the binder he recommends you use in addition to such electronic devices as you may prefer.There is also an electronic version of the book with links to various websites. Yes, the book deserves a good review and a wide circulation. On second... More > reading it is better than on the first, and that is quite a compliment right there. Anne Wingate Thomas Wingate< Less
  • By RobertBobWallin
    Jun 21, 2012
    Perhaps the most telling part of this review is a description in the author’s own words of how this book will give the reader an armory of tools with which they can communicate truth to …”Americans who care about their families and their country.” Doing a proper critical analysis brought to memory another beloved patriotic call to action, Laura Ingraham’s “Power To The People.” What both Ms. Ingraham and Mr. Sopicki offer up stands as a step-by-step guide to taking back control of all that is true, family-oriented, patriotic and strong within the Constitution and directing its maximum influence of goodness onto our surrounding citizenry. This writer’s review stands as a reaction in which strengths and weaknesses of the material are analyzed, looking into what the author has tried to do, evaluating how well (in the opinion of the reviewer) the author has succeeded, and presenting evidence to support this evaluation. The author uses explanation and analysis to present his subjects and... More > to clarify his ideas. Exposition presents the facts clearly and impartially, enhancing the book’s literary merit while relating to larger issues. Using the techniques of persuasion to establish the truth of his statements, author Sopicki’s purpose is to persuade the reader to believe something and perhaps to act on that belief. His argument takes clear sides on the issue; his primary purpose is to convince; he does so repeatedly with urgency and grace from beginning to end.< Less
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Product Details

March 31, 2012
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.78 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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