Peril and Promise: A Commentary on America
Fearing that the country has been overtaken by foreign competition, many Americans believe the future of their country is endangered. In this hard-hitting, unorthodox book, Chancellor explains how the United States got in trouble and how a return to the wartime spirit of sacrifice and commitment can help us turn things around.
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