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The Death of a Nation
The Death of a Nation
Author: John A. Stormer
John Stormer's first book, 'None Dare Call it Treason', is (at the time of this book's publication) the best selling political paperback of all time. 'The Death of a Nation' brings 'Treason' up to date and shows that America's basic problem is not political but spiritual. — America is dying because few ask WHY? — WHY are tax dollars used to pay t...  more »
ISBN: 62097
Pages: 184
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Publisher: The Liberty Bell Press, 1968
Book Type: Paperback
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This book will take you back to an era that shaped the baby-boomers. We were just getting out of college...the cities were burning, Vietnam was at its peak, Lydon Johnson had just eliminated all graduate deferments for the draft. My husband was drafted out of law school in the fall of 1968 - this was one of the books he obtained from the Conservative Book Club. Interesting to revisit that time through this book. Glad it is over.


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