Originally written for the nation's bicentennial, this updated version focuses on the political traditions of this nation and how it has strayed from the original intentions of the founding fathers. The goal is to help readers understand the problems, threats, challenges, and opportunities before us in reconstructing the republican form of government outlined in the Constitution. It examines the role of government, government and Christianity, ethics, and the responsibilities of citizens.
The Reconstruction of the Republic
Publisher: Mott Media
Format: Paperback Book
Author: Harold O. Brown
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Topic:Social Studies/History - Government