We Still Hold These Truths: Leader's Guide

Rediscovering Our Principles, Reclaiming Our Future

By Matthew Spalding

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The perfect companion to the bestselling book We Still Hold These Truths. This Leader's Guide provides everything you need to take your group on a journey through history to discover what defines us as a nation and ask the thought-provoking questions to get our country back on track.

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"The things I want to know are in books." —Abraham Lincoln

In the United States, the people are the sovereign over their government. When a group of citizens study the principles and practices of their nation and its government, that is the first and most important step in the advancement of principles and the restoration of constitutional government.

This Leader's Guide is the perfect companion to the bestselling book We Still Hold These Truths. It provides everything you need to take your group on a journey through history to discover what defines us as a nation and ask the thought-provoking questions to get our country back on track.

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Format Paperback
Pages 145
Publisher ISI Books
What They're Saying...

"Change is the watchword of the moment, yet there is little consideration about where it is that we may be going. . . . We Still Hold These Truths makes a clear and compelling case for America's founding principles as an enduring source of real, practical guidance for today, explaining how we got so far off track and laying out how to get our nation back on course."
—­William J. Bennett, bestselling author of America: The Last Best Hope and nationally syndicated radio host, from the Foreword

"In his splendid new book, Matthew Spalding provides a spirited defense of the truths asserted by our Founders when they conceived the American republic. Combining the skills of the historian, the philosopher, and the political scientist, Spalding shows why Americans in our time should be no less confident than our forebears in holding these truths, and no less forceful in asserting them."
—ROBERT P. GEORGE, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Princeton University

"This book recovers the timeless truths on which our self-governing nation was founded and which made America the model of human freedom. These first principles are the indispensable guides policymakers need now."
—PAUL RYAN, United States Congress

"At a time when the very freedoms we so recently fought and died for are being challenged on every front, Spalding’s robust defense of America’s universal principles reminds us why the United States must always be the champion of liberty, and why the self-evident truths it proclaims still inspire all those yearning to live free."
—MART LAAR, former prime minister of Estonia

"In essentials, unity; in nonessentials, liberty. But what are those essentials? And where do we get them from? Matthew Spalding, both a scholar and Knight Templar of American constitutionalism, is uniquely qualified not only to shed light on these questions but also to slay the intellectual dragons pitted against our Republic. This is vital armament in the battle for constitutional restoration."
—JONAH GOLDBERG, editor at large, National Review Online

"A splendid, strongly written study. . . . An eloquent explication and defense of our nation's first and Founding principles. One suspects that Ronald Reagan would strongly approve."
—John R. Coyne Jr., washingtontimes.com

"An exciting and timely new book."
Augusta Chronicle

"We Still Hold These Truths should be at the top of everyone's reading list."
—Gary Palmer, president of the Alabama Policy Institute

ISBN 0891951369
ISBN13 9780891951360
Eligible for Readers Club Discount Yes

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