Inherited Freedom : A Grandson's Reflection on World War II Through His Grandfathers' Experiences, and the Translation of Their Service to the Privileges and Ultimate Responsibilities of Later Generations
My reason for writing this book is multifaceted. First, it is a contemplative look back into a distinctive time in America's history through the lives of my two grandfathers, Maurice Elmer Drake and Archibald Vance Houston; and an examination of their service to our great country during World War II. My life intersected these two men as a result of my parent's loving choice to adopt me as their son at the time of my birth. Second, it is a critical look into our present situation as a nation, as compared to and contrasted with our past, which I undertook with a burning desire due to the personal impact of my grandfathers' service. Lastly, this book is a consideration of the future of this great country as it lies in the hands of my generation and outlines our responsibilities: to protect it and to provide our descendants with the inherited freedom that was earned in blood by the Greatest Generation over sixty years ago. Please visit www.inheritedfreedom.com for more information.
- Paperback | 268 pages
- 152.4 x 223.52 x 20.32mm | 385.55g
- 08 May 2009
- Bloomington, United States