An Echo, Not A ChoiceAmerican political conservatism at the national level has been humanistic to the core ever since 1788. Politically, American Christians have had an echo, not a choice. America's anti-Christian elites have restricted the choice to two pairs of competing humanistic political worldviews: Hamiltonianism vs. Jeffersonianism in the 20th century. The presupposition of all three views has been the doctrine of social evolution.
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Fantastic resource for schools and homeschools, church and study groups this informative series will clearly outline the history of the conservative movement in America. An invaluable resource from a live witness of many of the conservative movement's inner workings.
About the Speaker: Dr. Gary North received his Ph.D. in history from the University of California, Riverside in 1972. A conservative activist since 1956, Gary served as Congressman Ron Paul's research assistant in 1976 and supported Barry Goldwater for Vice President in 1960. He began writing full time in 1967 and is the author of 47 books including The War on Mel Gibson: The Media versus The Passion and Crossed Fingers: How Liberals Captured the Presbyterian Church. His articles have appeared in these conservative and libertarian outlets: National Review, American Spectator, Modern Age, The Freeman, and LewRockwell.com. He began publishing Remnant Review in 1974 and writes 24 articles a week on www.GaryNorth.com.
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