America Imagine a World Without Her PDF/EPUB ó

America Imagine a World Without Her PDF/EPUB ó

America Imagine a World Without Her ⚡ [PDF] ✍ America Imagine a World Without Her By Dinesh DSouza ✵ – Is America a source of pride as Americans have long held or shame as Progressives allege Beneath an innocent exterior are our lives complicit in a national project of theft expropriation oppression an Is America a source of pride a World PDF Í as Americans have long held or shame as Progressives allege Beneath an innocent exterior are our lives complicit in a national project of theft expropriation oppression and murder or is America still the hope of the worldNew York Times America Imagine MOBI :å bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza says these uestions are no mere academic exercise It is the Progressive view that is taught in our schools that is preached by Hollywood and that shapes the policies of the Obama administration If America is a force for ineuality and injustice Imagine a World Kindle Ò in the world its power deserves to be diminished; if traditional America is based on oppression and theft then traditional America must be reformed—and the federal government can do the reformingIn America Imagine a World Without Her D'Souza offers a passionate and sharply reasoned defense of America knocking down every important accusation made by Progressives against our country In this book you'll learn Why it is a pernicious myth that English colonists stole America from the Indians or that American settlers and soldiers stole the southwest from Mexico Why the descendants of slaves—and the successive waves of immigrants to the United States—are better off here than in their old countries How America than any other country is based on rewarding the enterprise and hard work of the common man How traditional American virtues sustain prosperity and freedom and Progressive arguments about liberation and justice undercut them How Progressive demagoguery about ineuality expands the power of government and its grasp on the taxpayer's wallet Why we should fear the Progressive agenda of reform which is in fact an agenda of totalitarian control of the state over the individual Why national decline is a choice a choice that it is still not too late to reverseProvocative in its analysis stunning in its conclusions Dinesh D'Souza's America will be the most talked about book of the year.

10 thoughts on “America Imagine a World Without Her

  1. Christopher Lee Christopher Lee says:

    Review in shortIf you're looking for a book that marginalizes the effects of slavery on an entire race shames you for thinking slavery was wrong uses successful historical black figures as examples of why racism has never existed and slavery wasn't that bad while ignoring all the activism and fighting against racism that those same figures did and ignores Jim Crow altogetherthen this is the book for youIf you find most of those things abhorrent avoid at all costs D'Souza says nothing worthwhile or interestingthere is basically nothing to learn from this bookOh there's also a good chunk of the book dedicated to a weirdly specific and complex conspiracy theory to destroy America involving Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton So yeahthere's that

  2. Alan Alan says:

    Personally I've always found a great deal of value and insight in Dinesh D'Souza's political and theological work He is tremendously precise in his communication skills and makes a persuasive case for the position that he takes whatever the position may be With that being said he did not disappoint with this book In fact I feel this book is relevant now in our American history than it has ever been Predictably the Progressives are losing their minds at the thought that D'Souza should be taken seriously however I have not read or heard a Liberal commentator actually refute his arguments; rather they lazily resort to ad hominem attacks against D'Souza's character in hopes of convincing their largely ignorant audience to dismiss D'Souza before ever listening to what he has to say Overall I'm very pleased with the book and would challenge any Progressive to wholeheartedly and honestly refute the claims that are made in the book in favor of American exceptionalism

  3. Alexander Fitzgerald Alexander Fitzgerald says:

    Dinesh D'Souza's work is of astounding fiber I couldn't believe how well researched and poignant each point was Like a skilled orator seemingly every claim he makes is powerful and daunting than the last By the time you are done reading your worldview should be changed foreverHe at times has ideas that are a little kookier but for a conservative in today's world he's a breath of fresh air He is logical well spoken and not afraid to denounce the Republican party for their facilitating trespasses He shows a great deal of respect to the opposing party which both Left and Right could learn from You trust he truly believes in what he alleges because he's uick to own up to when he disagrees with the party who would so regularly promote himIt is a shame Mr D'Souza's book was blocked from the New York Times bestseller lists His documentary likely won't be seen by uite the crowd Michael Moore commands Yet a young American needs to read this Americans need to know why their country is exceptional and why wealth creation has helped so many of us It is not the entirety of the answer but it must be known in today's progressive state

  4. Amora Amora says:

    I got to say I was pretty disappointed with this book I was really expecting Dinesh to go really into detail about the myths about Columbus and the Mexican American War Most of this book is just ranting without much elaboration I’ve always been used to hearing Dinesh go really into detail on a specific topic with dozens of sources but he doesn’t do it here I would recommend reading “48 Liberal Lies About American History” by historian Larry Schweikart or “38 uestions About American History You’re Not Supposed To Ask” by historian Tom Woods

  5. Tim Tim says:

    I picked up this book due to all the controversy surrounding it from Costco's decision to remove it from shelves and then reversing their decision to Google's failure to show movie times when searching for D'Souza's movie to seeing Newspaper reviews slam it and individuals praise it THIS IS A VERY WELL WRITTEN BOOK and I definitely recommend it regardless of what side of the political fence you are onI have seen a number of criticisms slamming Dinesh D'Souza's political perspective and everyone is saying that AMERICA is a book that preaches to the choir yet with all of this criticism I am finding little evidence of individuals making effective counter arguments to D'Souza's claims Sometimes preaching to the choir is not a bad thing because their songs will sometimes fill the ears of those who for one reason or another have not been listening

  6. Kristen Stez Kristen Stez says:

    I learned uite a bit from this book The author does an awesome job of substantiating his claims Put this on your must read list

  7. Denise Ward Denise Ward says:

    D'Souza deconstructs the liberals' false arguments about just what an awful nation the United Stares is reminds us that we chose to come here to be free not be be oppressed A must read in fact should be reuired reading in any university history class Highly recommended

  8. Brady Brady says:

    Another winner by Dinesh D'Souza I found this book full of critical thinking sound arguments and an extremely competent defense against modern progressivism in America Definitely a must read if you're concerned about where America has been heading in recent years

  9. Shannon Polen Shannon Polen says:

    Just started reading it but wondering why this book will not come up under a search for America in Goodreads? Best selling author current movie out? Interesting

  10. Steacy Housholder Steacy Housholder says:

    An insightful perspective deserving thoughtful consideration For some readers it will challenge a person's paradigm for others it will verbalize intuition but for all is is a worthwhile read 1776 or 1968 our choice

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