Here Is The Real Story Of Independence Day


By Chuck Baldwin  Here Is The Real - The Freedom Documents

For many Americans, Independence Day (July 4th) is merely a day off work and an opportunity to party or have a barbeque—and maybe watch a parade or fireworks. Because most schools and churches do not teach real American history anymore, most Americans know very little about the principles that birthed this great country. Most have never read the great documents that explain the hearts and minds of America’s founders. To remedy this problem, we have produced the greatest compilation of America’s most important historical documents in one volume under one title. We call this fantastic compilation THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS.

We began offering THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS nearly 20 years ago. And now, for the very first time, we have expanded THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS, which includes the addition of 13 brand new documents—along with the expansion of several existing documents (and also including a brand new beautiful front cover)—bringing the total number of full-size pages to 212. That’s over 40 pages more than the original FREEDOM DOCUMENTS.

I am truly excited about this brand new and expanded edition of THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS. The documents we have added make this volume a perfect compilation of the most important documents of liberty and constitutional government ever produced.

Here is the list of the documents we have added to the original version:

*The Earliest Formal Protest Against Slavery—February 18, 1688

*New York Sons Of Liberty Resolutions On Tea—November 29, 1773

*1774 Articles Of Association—October 20, 1774

*Dr. Joseph Warren’s Account Of The Battle Of Lexington—April 26, 1775

*Of Monarchy And Hereditary Succession, From “Common Sense,” By Thomas Paine—February 14, 1776

*Richard Henry Lee’s Resolution For Independence—July 2, 1776

*The Kentucky And Virginia Resolutions Of 1798—November 16, 1798 and December 24, 1798

*Andrew Jackson’s Veto Of The Bank Bill—July 10, 1832

*Declaration Of The People Of Texas—November 7, 1835

*General “Stonewall” Jackson’s “You Are The First Brigade” Speech—November 4, 1861

*Grover Cleveland’s First Inaugural Address—March 4, 1885

*Abortion And The Conscience Of The Nation, By Ronald Reagan—February 3, 1983

*Ron Paul’s Farewell To Congress—November 14, 2012

Of course, documents such as The Mayflower Compact, The First Thanksgiving Proclamation, the complete text of Patrick Henry’s immortal “Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death” speech, The Declaration Of The Causes And Necessity Of Taking Up Arms, The Northwest Ordinance Of 1787, George Washington’s Farewell Address, etc., are still included in the giant compilation.

The poem about Paul Revere’s ride and the letter written from within the Alamo by William Barret Travis to the people of Texas remain in the book, along with, of course, the Declaration Of Independence, U.S. Constitution and Bill Of Rights. We have also expanded the number of letters written between John and Abigail Adams and the prayers of George Washington—along with several other documents.

The new and expanded FREEDOM DOCUMENTS also includes many new introductions. The introductions by themselves are a great history lesson. And THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS is still assembled with a ring spine for easy copying.

Now, more than ever, these historic documents contain the Spirit and Pride of America.

This unique compilation of America’s greatest documents is available nowhere else that we know of. It is an excellent resource for high school and college students—as well as homeschoolers. Pastors, teachers, attorneys and judges have purchased THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS with extreme satisfaction. The Tennessee State Supreme Court also ordered several copies of the original FREEDOM DOCUMENTS. I believe you will be just as pleased as they are with this wonderful compilation of American documents.

You can have these great documents at your fingertips in one beautifully bound, easy-to-read format. These are the documents that gave birth to the greatest free nation on earth. Again, nowhere else that we know of can you find these documents complete in one volume under one title. This compilation of documents is available only here; and our supply is very limited and will not last long.

Again, this is the FIRST-EVER NEW AND EXPANDED FREEDOM DOCUMENTS.

More than ever, this volume is must-reading for every American patriot. For the price of two or three Chicago pizzas or one family night at the movies, you can have the great documents of American history delivered to your door.

The price is $38 for a single copy or $28 each if you purchase two or more, plus $6 shipping for each book. Example: If you order two books, the total price is $68 ($28×2=$56 plus $6×2=$12 shipping, for a total of $68). The shipping costs quoted are only available for domestic orders; international rates vary.

Simply mail your check or money order to:

Chuck Baldwin Live
P.O. Box 10
Kila, MT 59920

We also take credit cards. Obviously, this is the fastest way to obtain your copy of THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS. To order by credit card online or to learn more about THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS, go to:

THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS

The founder of the Constitution Party and three-time presidential candidate, the late Howard Phillips, said, “THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS is must-reading for every American. It is essential that this volume be placed in every home in the country. I read my copy daily. We require our homeschooled children to study THE FREEDOM DOCUMENTS.”




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