Imperialism in America: Its Rise and Progress

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Emery & Emery, 1893 - Capitalism - 83 pages

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One of the truly great books. It is tragic that this type of "recorded history" from the perspective of our ancestors does not get into our public education. I recommend for all those who home school their children. As it says in her Preface, "Never in the history of the world have the means for imparting information been conducted on such an extensive and magnificent scale as at the present time; yet never have the mases been more ignorant of their real condition, or more mystified as to the real cause of their afflictions. ..."
History continues to repeat itself. May we all seek our God-spirit within to bring forth blasts of divine light where the dark cannot reside.
Jo Ann Zant
Katy, Texas

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