The Founders' Revolution: The Forgotten History and Principles of the Declaration of Independence
Michael S. Law (Author)
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Morgan James Publishing
April 03, 2018
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.53 inches | 0.77 pounds
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About the Author
Michael S. Law received his BA in political science from Boise State University and an MA in political science with an emphasis in American government from American Public University of West Virginia. He is certified to teach history and political science and was a trustee of his local school board. He both speaks and reads some Japanese and is currently employed as a project manager for the Far East Language Department of an online translation service. He is also politically involved in local government issues, submitting bills to the Idaho state legislature, including some op-ed pieces and one interview as a trustee in the small local paper, Kuna-Melba News.
Michael Law's The Founders' Revolution is a revealing and much-needed retelling of the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the events that led up to it. But this is more than a book of history. Law brings out connections between the reasons for the Founders' revolt and what's going on in America today. He shows how our federal government is committing similar wrongs against us today as England's king and Parliament did to Americans centuries ago. The Founders' Revolution is a rallying cry for Americans to pay closer attention to their own government's actions and to hold officials accountable for their decisions against us, the electorate. Pay heed to what Law has to say. We are losing our liberties--and we do not have to!
-- William D. Watkins, award-winning author; author of The New Absolutes; former director of publications for The American Center of Law and Justice