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Of Liberty and Revolution By dean memmott
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"Of Liberty and Revolution" vividly re-creates the epic story of the American Revolution through the eyes of the members of the family of Marvin Griffith, a Massachusetts colonial lawmaker... More > who wants London to respect the Americans' rights as British subjects. In the aftermath of the French and Indian War, the British Parliament passes a series of tax laws aimed at making the Americans pay for London protecting them from enemies of the British Empire. Because they have no representatives in Parliament, the Americans view these laws as violations of their rights as subjects of the Crown. The Americans' fury over these laws eventually set off the flames of the Revolution. Marvin's family becomes divided over the conflict as it brings about the American nation. Open this book and relive the drama of America's first civil war.< Less
Come Back, America Volume 2 By dean memmott
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This second volume of "Come Back, America" opens with the arrest of the Watergate Seven, setting off one of the greatest political scandals in US history. In the midst of the scandal,... More > Ashton Griffith, an Illinois insurance agent, sincerely believes that President Nixon is completely innocent of all involvement in Watergate. Ashton's second oldest child, Hyrum, on the other hand, doesn't think so. Hyrum attempts to convince his father of that belief, putting their relationship to its severest test. "Come Back, America Volume 2" recreates how Watergate severely tested the emotions of Americans as they deal with that scandal.< Less
Come Back, America Volume 1 By dean memmott
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When Richard Nixon wins the 1968 presidential election, Ashton Griffith, an Illinois insurance agent, has high expectations of him proving to be the political Messiah that America needs to deliver... More > her from the dark times that have reigned over the Republic since 1963. Ashton's second oldest child, Hyrum, however, suspects that Mr. Nixon intends to make the 1970's period much more darker for the country than the 1960's ever were. Hyrum's attempts at getting his father to accept that suspicion make their relationship a rough one. It undergoes its most severe test through the arrival of the Watergate Affair, which promises to determine the future of the Nixon Administration.< Less
Tomorrow the World By dean memmott
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A veteran of China's Boxer Rebellion of 1900, former US Marine Benji Griffith carries with him a lasting impact from that war: a concern about threats that secret societies pose to nations. That... More > concern got imprinted on him while he fought Boxers, members of a secret society dedicated to riding China of foreigners and her Imperial government. In the years since that war, he becomes attentive to secret European societies that he believes will plunge the planet into wars way worse than the ones fought before 1900. As Benji utters these warnings to residents of his adopted town, American Fork, Utah, many of its residents dismiss him as a Cassandra. One of Benji's doubters is Enos Mayfield, who ridicules him for more than 30 years. Benji's words of warning prove to be prophetic, however, as European secret societies bring on both the First and Second World Wars. Covering a period of 41 years, "Tomorrow the World" demonstrates why the danger of secret societies must never be disregarded.< Less

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