The Pocket Book of Patriotism
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - 96 pages
What does it mean to be a patriot?
This U.S companion to the runaway British blockbuster, The Pocket Book of Patriotism, will tap into our national pride. Written by distinguished journalist and historian Jonathan Foreman along with George Courtauld, the author of the original, this small but richly informative timeline highlights key moments in U.S history, and simultaneous happenings abroad. More than just a list of important dates, it provides memorable quotes and speeches from major figures, excerpts from patriotic songs, and specific U.S. facts and trivia. From the Revolutionary War to Ground Zero, from "Give me liberty or give me death" to "I have a dream," The Pocket Book of Patriotism is instructional and inspirational for every citizen.
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