Item description for Are We Losing America?: The Erosion of Our Freedom and How it Can be Stopped by Patrick G Smith & Patrick G. Smith...
While Americans go about enjoying all the benefits of living in the USA, American freedoms are being slowly eroded away. If more Americans dont get at least minimally involved in reversing this trend, by 2025 all of our freedoms may have vanished. This book shows how the average citizen, with little effort and risk, can be the kind of hero that saves the greatest experiment in freedom the world has ever known America.
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Studio: ACW Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.48" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Mar 6, 2006
Publisher ACW Press
ISBN 1932124691 ISBN13 9781932124699
Availability 0 units.
More About Patrick G Smith & Patrick G. Smith
Patrick Smith is editor of "Africa Confidential." He has been covering political and economic developments in Africa for more than a decade; first as a correspondent for Associated Press and then as editor of" Modern Africa." He broadcasts regularly on African issues for BBC radio and television and has contributed to the Economist Intelligence Unit's Research Report on Nigeria and "Why Angola Matters" published by the University of Cambridge. Smith has lived and worked in several African countries.
Patrick Smith currently resides in Norfolk, in the state of Virginia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Are We Losing America?: The Erosion of Our Freedom and How it Can be Stopped?
A real eye opener Mar 26, 2007
Has a lot of great information! Makes you realize we are losing America, and how we can help to stop it.
A Wake up call for Americans Feb 25, 2007
This book provides a good summary of the forces undermining American society. It sounds a wake up call to Americans to challenge these forces and preserve our freedoms.
Just another extreme right-wing dodo-head. Dec 18, 2006
I opened this book to the middle (in a chapter about the right to bear arms) and the first paragraph I read stated the following: ". . . at the time of this writing, your chances of being the victim of violent crime in London is seven times what it is in New York City." Really? With no statistics to back up such an absurd claim, I can only conclude that the rest of the book is full of similar outrageous lies.