The Founders' Speech to a Nation in Crisis: What the Founders Would Say to America Today (Paperback)
With more than 1,500 five-star reviews, readers are raving over The Founders' Speech to a Nation in Crisis. The passion of the reviewers jumps off the page ("This book nearly made me stand up and cheer " - "Absolutely BEAUTIFUL" - "I was in tears, just in the prologue ") and captures the heart-felt response to this one-of-a-kind tapestry of the Founders' words. Described as the TRUE narrative of our founding, this compelling work is not only the #1 National Bestseller on America's Founding, it is also the much-needed rebuttal to all who would tear down the Founding Fathers of our nation. The continued relevance of the Founders' words-as revealed in this unique, meticulously crafted work-is a clarion call to defend our natural rights that will both stun readers and leave them celebrating America.
"I was not disappointed in the least The book is written as a speech to the nation, composed of the actual words spoken or written by many of the Founding Fathers and a few others ... This book will move those that are thrilled with the history of our great nation, and give courage to stand against the tide wishing to drown our incredible history with undue criticism and scandal. This book will renew your love of how our country came to be, the benefits we derived from these great men and their lofty ideals, the promise of a new nation conceived in liberty." -P. Creery
In The Founders' Speech, Mr. Rabb has created a masterfully presented work and a single source of "best of" quotes that has quickly become a beloved nightstand fixture that will be cherished and shared for generations to come. Readers who add this timely book to their shelves will gain a deepened understanding of the God-given rights of man, along with the virtues and duties required in a people who seek to retain them.
"The unity of this book is powerful, but the most impressive aspect of the book is the fact that the figures who arose from the enlightenment saw precisely the kinds of challenges which we face today." -Richard B. Schwartz, Professor of English, The University of Missouri