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The Quiet Revolution By CR Hamilton
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The Quiet Revolution: Black America’s Solution for Complete Liberation defies all mainstream tactics in Black America’s war for equality and liberation from America’s white... More > supremacy oppression. Without marching, protesting or taking up arms, the Quiet Revolution disarms white America from weapons of racism and discrimination using an approach above their comprehension, political authority and legal jurisdiction. Not only will Black Americans benefit from this approach, but other minority groups also that have struggled against white supremacy for generations. The Quiet Revolution solves the issues of widespread unemployment, mass incarceration, political disenfranchisement, and also rebuilds Black character, image, and pride. The plan is laid out in simplified terms and is easy to implement. However, it cannot simply be read, it has to be done.< Less
The Secular Revolution By W. D. Raymondson
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Nearly 240 years ago, the American nation was built upon Judeo-Christian values and initially created for the free practice of that particular religion (as well as others). And even though many... More > secular citizens did not believe in deities or the supernatural, most did believe that the fundamental precepts of Christianity were based upon valuable human principles and good rules to live by. But then at the end of the 19th century a new set of political and cultural values emerged with the introduction of anti-theistic Humanism and anti-capitalist Marxism. Both of these new political formats advocated the elimination of religion from modern society and in so doing challenged old world thinking…blaming the evils of the world on the practice of religion and the unequal distribution of wealth and power. As the popularity of socialist-humanist philosophies grew, so did the advancement of aggressive secularism and the belief that religion needed to go because it was either bad, wrong or politically incorrect.< Less
Molly Hale: The Woman Who Would Not Be Deterred By the American Revolution By Ricky Vernio
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Nothing will stop her from getting revenge on her former lover. Not even the American Revolution.
2500+ Revolutionary War Obituaries and Death Notices Related to the American Revolution By Mary Harrell-Sesniak
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In 2014, this book won first place in the Professional Reference Category from the Texas State Genealogical Society in their annual book awards. It contains over 2,500 patriot obituaries and death... More > notices of persons who either served or strongly supported American Independence.< Less
Washington: A Heroic Drama of the American Revolution and War of Independence, in Five Acts (Hardcover) By Ingersoll Lockwood
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Ingersoll Lockwood’s patriotic and biographical stage drama takes place immediately before, during and amid the aftermath of the American War of Independence. The initial scenes take place in... More > the household of George Washington. First through the words of his servants, we are introduced to the man who led the American rebellion against the British. Staking his prosperous life on the cause, Washington is shown to be a family man of noble spirit, immensely devoted to his proud mother and his doting wife, as well as the slaves who maintain his household. As the war commences, the harsh and bloody realities of skirmishes are matched with the resolve of Washington and his generals. In perhaps the most emotionally charged passages of the drama, Washington is informed of the betrayal of Benedict Arnold. Shocked, aghast, distraught and initially in denial at the treason of a friend he’d so trusted and admired, Washington steels his spirit to recognize the horrible truth.< Less
Washington: A Heroic Drama of the American Revolution and War of Independence, in Five Acts By Ingersoll Lockwood
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Ingersoll Lockwood’s patriotic and biographical stage drama takes place immediately before, during and amid the aftermath of the American War of Independence. The initial scenes take place in... More > the household of George Washington. First through the words of his servants, we are introduced to the man who led the American rebellion against the British. Staking his prosperous life on the cause, Washington is shown to be a family man of noble spirit, immensely devoted to his proud mother and his doting wife, as well as the slaves who maintain his household. As the war commences, the harsh and bloody realities of skirmishes are matched with the resolve of Washington and his generals. In perhaps the most emotionally charged passages of the drama, Washington is informed of the betrayal of Benedict Arnold. Shocked, aghast, distraught and initially in denial at the treason of a friend he’d so trusted and admired, Washington steels his spirit to recognize the horrible truth.< Less
Wau-nan-gee; Or, the Massacre at Chicago: A Romance of the American Revolution By Major (John) Richardson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richardson (4 October 1796 – 12 May 1852) was a... More > British Army officer and the first Canadian-born novelist to achieve international recognition.Richardson was born at Queenston, Ontario on the Niagara River in 1796. His mother Madelaine was the daughter of the fur trader John Askin and an Ottawa woman. His father Dr. Robert Richardson was a surgeon with the Queen's Rangers. As a young boy he lived for a time with his grandparents in Detroit and later with his parents at Fort Malden, Amherstburg. His time living at Fort Malden and the Town of Amherstbrug had by the far most profound impact of any area on his literature and his life.At the age of 16 he enlisted as a gentleman volunteer with the British 41st Foot. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Richardson_(author)< Less
Primary Source Analysis: American Revolution - Who Contributed Most to America's Victory? By Rick Granger & Mike Hoornstra
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The Primary Source Analysis collection examines primary sources and secondary source narratives that bring to light certain eras of U.S. History. Each PSA contains resources to help students... More > interact with the text and gather evidence to defend an argument in answer to the PSA question. Each PSA includes the full PSA with embedded questions, an abridged PSA, interactive notebook questions, graphic organizer, and writing planners for two, three, and four paragraph essays.< Less
Tracing the Life and Service of Benjamin McDonald a Soldier of the American Revolution By Melissa Garland
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It's Here! "Tracing the Life and Service of Benjamin McDonald a Soldier of the American Revolution" has been years in the making by generations of McDonald's.

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