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Liberal Thinking: It, and It Alone, Has Always Been the Force Behind Positive Social Changes in America
Date:2/8/2010

ork Times wrote, “Think of what this country would have been like if those ordinary people had never bothered to fight and sometimes die for what they believed in.” And historian, Howard Zinn, refers to these people as “…the people who have given this country whatever liberty and democracy we have.”

The authors boldly claim that it is never an easy road to make major changes for the sake of justice in any country and most times there are very powerful conservative thinkers who will stand in the way of justice. Each chapter of the book gives specific examples of how difficult it has been to convince those conservatives who oppose such just movements to reverse themselves and support them. This book should be read by anyone interested in how our great nation came to be. There’s no denying that every high school and college student in America, as well as every immigrant who did not grow up in America, should read Why Liberal Thinking Changed America: The Evolution of Justice in Our Nation’s History.

For more information about Why Liberal Thinking Changed America: The Evolution of Justice in Our Nation’s History or background information about the authors, please contact Dr. George Giuliani at (631) 427-6455 or email the authors at contactus(at)veritaspublishers(dot)com

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Publishing House: Veritas Publishing Corporation of America
Contact Person: Dr. George Giuliani
Telephone Number: (631) 586-7769
Website: www.veritaspublishers.com
Email Address: contactus(at)veritaspublishers(dot)com

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