No nation exists today of which its people have a better right to be proud than these United States. This book is an effort to show why this is so. It tells again the story of America in terms of poetry, much of it stirring poetry, which sets that story in bold relief and presents it graphically to the imagination.
Originally published by Houghton Mifflin in 1932; reprinted by BJU Press.
Old Cover (same edition):
Did you find this review helpful?