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The American boomerang : how the world's greatest "turnaround" nation will do it again

Author: Nick Adams
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : WND Books, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A testament to the resilience of America and its citizens maintains that America, despite its setbacks, is still a world leader and calls for Americans to embrace the conservative principles upon which the nation was founded.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Adams
ISBN: 9781936488841 1936488841
OCLC Number: 876140810
Notes: Originally published: Texas : Nick Adams, 2013.
Description: xxv, 182 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The cowboy spirit --
Old Glory --
Faith --
God's troops --
The value of liberty --
Competitive culture --
The land of the self-made man --
Constitutionally limited government --
Tradition --
Armed --
Imperiled future --
An almost treasonous culture war --
Radical Islam --
The future --
The nature of the American boomerang --
A new chapter: how America comes back.
Responsibility: Nick Adams ; foreword by Lt. Col. Allen West.

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A testament to the resilience of America and its citizens maintains that America, despite its setbacks, is still a world leader and calls for Americans to embrace the conservative principles upon which the nation was founded.

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