The Five Thousand Year Leap: 28 Great Ideas that Changed the World

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American Documents Pub., 2009 - Constitutional history - 356 pages
The Five Thousand Year Leap will take you by the hand as you discover the ideals of the Founding Fathers and their 28 principles for success. The values explored in detail by Dr. Skousen range from the Founder's prerequisite that the Constitution was designed for a moral people, to a government empowered by the people with checks and balances, along with an understanding of the critical nature of fiscal responsibility and family values. This book sums up the secrets to what James Madison called a miracle. --publisher.

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This book is an excellent window into the world of the framers of the Constitution. It explains some of their thought processes and logic behind the way our nation was built, and why it is structured they way it is. Great educational tool for creating individual mental giants.

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What an absolute load of worthless crapola this so-called book is. Hey Parents, if you want your children to grow up to be mental midgets....come and get this book!

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