"The 5,000 Year Leap"
by Dr. Skousen
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About the Book:
This book details 28 principles based on morality, faith, and ethics that our Founders applied in propelling what amounted to a 5000-year leap in freedom, prosperity, and progress. Dr. Skousen explores traditional American values that made possible this extraordinary American miracle. We recommend this book for its historical perspective on the Constitution, and not for any denominational theological viewpoint.
About the Author:
The late Dr. W. Cleon Skousen (1913-2006) was a popular teacher, lecturer, and author. Born in Canada, his growing up years were spent in Canada, Mexico, and California. He served the in FBI for 16 years and then as Salt Lake City Chief of Police for 4 years. He also ran for Governor of Utah. In 1972 Dr. Skousen organized a non-profit educational foundation, named The Freemen Institute, later changed to The National Center for Constitutional Studies. In so doing, Dr. Skousen and his staff became the nation’s leaders in teaching seminars on the Founding Fathers and the U.S. Constitution. His book, The Making of America, has been used nationwide to educate students on the Founders original intent; and The Naked Communist was a national best seller. He was a former professor at BYU.
Praise for the Book:
Praise for the Book: The fight for the soul of our country is real! Every patriotic American, young and old, should read this book!"
Chris Cannon, US House of Representatives, 1997-2009
The National Center for Constitutional Studies...is doing a fine public service in educating Americans about the principles of the Constitution
You'll read and discuss topics such as:
• The Founders political spectrum
• Peoples law and avoidance of anarchy
• Jeffersonian balance
• 28 principles that constitute freedom as envisioned by our Founding Fathers
• How adherence to these beliefs brought more peace, prosperity, and freedom in 200 years than in the previous 5,000 years • The genius of Americas Foundational principles
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