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You Can Be a Great American: 39 Steps to True and Lasting Greatness

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Industry, Ambition, Self Control, Self-Respect, Courage, Duty, Honesty, Enthusiasm, Humility, Patriotism -- In every era of our Nation's history, the true alchemy by which ordinary boys have been transformed into Great American Men has occurred only where these indispensable moral principles have been applied. In an age where such manly ideals are openly derided by popular culture, it's time to turn to the past for a clear vision of what it takes to be a Great American, and the true moral and ethical ladder that leads to its attainment. YOU CAN BE A GREAT AMERICAN: 39 STEPS TO TRUE AND LASTING GREATNESS was first published in 1900, under the title "The True Citizen, How to Become One," and contains 39 essential lessons in manhood tailored to each age and transition in a boy's life. It is the clearest road map to Greatness ever compiled for the youth of our Nation, and remains as life-changing today as it was when first published, over 100 years ago.
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Better Days Books EPub Format Universal eBook Edition
Published
May 24, 2010
Language
English
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ePub
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