America's Ragged Edge
Many men wiser than I have believed that man is the architect of his life, the master of his fate. This is a virtuous and ego-satisfying thought, but its truth must be seriously questioned. Just how free are we to make decisions, to shape our own destinies? This book is the natural outgrowth of a deeply felt concern for the solemn problems now urgently confronting the American people. Politically, economically, and morally, we as a nation stand virtually frozen in cultural paralysis. I believe, in the final analysis, a struggle is in motion to control the minds of the American people. A great struggle between the secular humanist element and the morally upright traditional family element. The side that gains control of the minds of our people will also control the destiny of our country. I believe most of you who read this book will also agree.
- Paperback | 200 pages
- 147.3 x 223.5 x 15.2mm | 317.52g
- 31 Mar 2005
- United States