Clarence Carson's A Basic History of the United States attempts to illuminate Americans about our heritage, clarifying the connection between constitutionally limited government and individual liberty, describing the background, developments, principles, and moral and spiritual framework within which freedom exists.
This second volume covers the move toward independence, the Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War, the battle for Canada, the struggle for the middle states, the battle for the South, the Constitutional Convention, the making of the Constitution, and the fruits of independence. Carson's full-scale treatment combines scholarly exactness with evocative passages that lead the listener to a clear understanding of the people and events—the triumphs and shortcomings—which have shaped this nation.
Chapter excerpts are posted with permission of Boundary Stone, now handling publishing and distribution for all of Clarence Carson’s books.
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