Land of the Free and Home of the Brave
Land of the Free and Home of the Brave explains why the United States has created a society that is unique because it provides greater liberty and more freedom for more people to find self-fulfillment than any other nation in history. Eliot Channing Clarke establishes why when these rights have been threatened Americans have always united as one to defend them. Land of the Free and hOme of the Brave is essential reading for those who would like to understand how Americans became the people they are today.
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