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The Freedom Wars-What You Can Do To Preserve Your Rights

The problems facing our generation are numerous and are becoming incredibly complex. Technology, which has developed at a rapid pace, offers those in power more invasive and awesome possibilities than ever before. Never in American history has there been a more pressing need to maintain the barriers in the Constitution erected by our Founders to check govermental power and abuse. We’re at a very crucial crossroads in American history. We have to be well-informed, not only about current events but well-versed in the basics of our rights and duties as citizens. If not, in perceived times of crisis, we may very well find ourselves in the clutches of a govermental system that is alien to everything America stands for. And as astute political leaders have recognized, the mass of citizens will continue to be misinformed and easily led. Therein is the menace to our freedoms.

Author: John W. Whitehead

Edition: First

Binding: Paperback

EAN: 9780977233182

Condition: New

Manufacturer: TRI Press

Number of items: 1

Number of pages: 134

Product group: Book

Studio: TRI Press

Publication Date: 2010-10-25

Publisher: TRI Press

Pages: 134

ISBN: 0977233189

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John W. Whitehead
John W. Whitehead is an attorney and author who has written, debated and practiced widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. Whitehead's concern for the persecuted and oppressed led him, in 1982, to establish The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties and human rights organization whose international headquarters are located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Whitehead serves as the Institute’s president and spokesperson, in addition to writing a weekly commentary that is posted on The Rutherford Institute’s website (www.rutherford.org), as well being distributed to several hundred newspapers, and hosting a national public service radio campaign. Whitehead's aggressive, pioneering approach to civil liberties issues has earned him numerous accolades, including the Hungarian Medal of Freedom.