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Chapter/Lecture 14: All Revolutions Are Not Created Equal (The American Revolution vs. Subsequent Revolutions)

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The American Revolution and French Revolution were contemporary with each other, but the basis of each were diametric opposites. Subsequent revolutions will also be reviewed, and the student will come to understand that virtually all modern-day revolutions are descendants of the false philosophies and tyranny imposed by the French Revolution. In spite of vigorous efforts by many in media, government, and education to convince Americans that other subsequent revolutions are simply reflections of the American Revolution, the student will receive the foundation to compare and contrast so they may understand the truth

To Preserve a Nation Chapter 14a

To Preserve a Nation Chapter 14b