Communism may be dead in Eastern Europe, but its influence is alive and well in various areas of the world, even though intellectuals in and out of the Ivory Tower would rather not talk about it.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt’s progressive economics during the Great Depression left behind the working taxpayer and overshadowed the remarkable deeds of many Americans of that time period, according to Amity Schlaes, author of The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression.
Reagan’s outstanding moral character and positive motivation, which formed the foundation for his much-celebrated presidency, shone forth in his daily thoughts and reflections.
In his controversial book Kill Your Teacher, Rabbi Nachum Shifren offers a provocative account of his nightmarish days as a teacher in the politically-correct and corrupt Los Angeles Unified School District.