Restorationary Book Club
As part of our mission to restore American history and values, we have decided to start a Restorationary Book Club. The club will focus on books or literature which advances the truth about American history. Generally we will stick to the subjects of Economics, the Constitution, the Founders, Progressives, Current Events and fiction.
The first series will include (in no particular order) Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt. This is the most clear and common sense approach to economics you will find. It teaches the foundations of the American economic system and the dangers of straying from it.
The 5,000 Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen. This book has been referred to as life changing. Your appreciation for the Founding Fathers and founding principles will be strengthened a thousand fold after reading this.
The Citizen’s Constitution is an annotated guide to our nation’s most beloved document. In addition to providing the text of the Constitution, Seth Lipsky offers an insiders view of the framer’s intent in their own words.
Three Generations, No Imbeciles by Paul Lombardo tells the true story of eugenics as it was practiced in the United States during the the early 20th century. The history of forced sterilization and the population control of “undesired” groups will open your eyes to the horrors that were the “Progressive” era.
Animal Farm by Orsen Wells, has never come so close to reflecting American life. While it has been used to show the evils and absurdities of Communism, one could not help finding many of its characters and pages being played out in the U.S today.
One lucky subscriber will win the complete set of five books. To enter you need only subscribe to the blog. We will randomly select a winner by September 27th, 2010.
Also, please take a second to select which book you think we should read first.