What would our founding fathers have to say about what is taking place in America today?
Is America broken?
Have we seen the peak of our power and influence?
For many decades the United States has been the greatest power on the planet, the leader of the free world and the place where millions aspire to live in and pursue the American dream.
But today it is a long way from the USA that had to fight for its right to exist. A far cry from the country that opened its doors, proclaiming, ‘Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore.’
This short book imagines what those who have gone before us would now see their country as.
If George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin and others of the founding fathers could see America today, what would they say? Would they recognize the country they created, or be appalled by what they find?
Come along on the journey as you read wise words from quotes by our founding fathers.
|Publisher:||Robert Michael Lehmann|
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About the Author
Robert Michael Lehmann Licensed Certified Credit Counselor C.C.A, Post Secondary College Counselor The author is a 30-year licensed college counselor, who also worked with KKVV Radio in Las Vegas, Nevada where he completed negotiations and questions directed to the candidates for the final debate between Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign prior to the election of the future Senate Majority Leader. Before becoming a licensed college counselor, Robert had a background in company management and later entered the media field where he worked with actor, William Campbell who was the Director for Fund Raising at the Motion Picture & Television Fund, in Woodland Hills, California. Robert also handled photography assignments for The Women of The Motion Picture Industry fundraisers at 20th Century Fox studios. During his tenure as a licensed college counselor, Robert was recognized for achieving the highest enrollment to graduate ratio of his students.