6 edition of Home of the Brave America"s Tradition of Freedom, Liberty, & Tolerance found in the catalog.
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Favored a limited state, but also believed government could help create freedom's institutional framework. Believed that liberty depends on the freedom of the press. His racism led him to believe that blacks were permanently deficient in the qualities that made freedom possible. Eric Foner writes a synthesis encapsulating all of American history through the lens of "freedom". He focuses on three major themes: 1) Different meanings of freedom, 2) Social conditions that made freedom possible, and 3) the boundaries and exclusions of freedom. Foner argues that freedom has meant different things to different Americans at different times, but broadly breaks freedom into.
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Eric Foner wrote in Give Me Liberty – “From the beginning, the idea of ‘American exceptionalism’ – the belief that the United States has a special mission to serve as a refuge from tyranny, a symbol of freedom, and a model for the rest of the world – has occupied a central place in American nationalism” George Washington is one of the greatest leaders in American history. He was one of the founding fathers and the first President of the United States of America. He was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army which overthrew the British rule in the American Revolutionary War. After the war, he helped in drafting the Constitution. His.
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Home of the Brave is a quality made book, with an attractive, tasteful, and patriotic cover. It's a perfectly sized book. It's quite large (but not quite picture book size) and easy to read. It doesn't have 'easy read' font. There are pages of material - the bibliography is not that long at all, you're not cheated - Reviews: 1.
"Originally published & Tolerance book The Book of American Values and Virtues." Description: pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: America's tradition of freedom, liberty & tolerance: Responsibility: edited by Erik A.
Bruun and Robin Getzen. Remembering America’s Heritage of Freedom. Day to talk about liberty and Home of the Brave Americas Tradition of Freedom the American tradition of freedom and limited government.
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Historically, we have imagined ourselves to be the "land of the free and home of the brave," but are we. The “free market” and “consumer freedom” became king and queen at home. And abroad, any country on our side, no matter how autocratic, was part of the “Free World.” Such “truths” were battered some by s radicalism that looked to the government to make America freer and safer for blacks, Vietnam War dissidents, women and gays.
Freedom requires that the minds of free men must range the country of the intellect; and that men shall live together according to arrangements that promote the intercourse of the mind.
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When the Declaration of Independence was first written, many Americans understood the notion of “all men are created equal” to truly mean that all white males.
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