I once knew a Korean lady that remembered Japan’s 30 year occupation of Korea. It was not a benevolent occupation. As a young child she was compelled to attend the Korean school where the speaking of Korean was forbidden. She was not taught anything about Korean culture, traditions, history, etc. They even prohibited the practice of their national sport (Tae Kwon Do). Yet, the culture survived and here is how.
The children went to the Jap schools and learned to speak Japanese (which she did quite well). The families “went along with the program” during the day. But at night, the parents and grand parents held school in the home where they taught the Korean language, history, etc, etc, etc. — everything about the culture.
Folks, “we” (Southerners and other kindred deplorables) are at that point today. If we do not teach our children ourselves, they won’t be taught anything but Marxist propaganda. Here is a tool (the book) you will find useful and enjoyable. — jtl, 419
The truth does have a way of coming out for those who seek, and if you have an honest appreciation for American history, this book is sure to be on your favorites list. It’s a very well-documented record of why the South was right, and I think the writers have earned 5 stars for their persuasiveness alone.
As one who often reads history out of plain and simple interest and curiosity, I highly recommend this book. And if you’ve always suspected this title was true, read the book to find out why. I guarantee you will not be bored.
Reprinted from Amazon.com.
The Essence of Liberty Volume I: Liberty and History chronicles the rise and fall of the noble experiment with constitutionally limited government. It features the ideas and opinions of some of the world’s foremost contemporary constitutional scholars. This is history that you were not taught at the mandatory government propaganda camps otherwise known as “public schools.” You will gain a clear understanding of how America’s decline and decay is really nothing new and how it began almost immediately with the constitution. Available in both paperback and Kindle versions.
You might be interested in the other two volumes from the three volume set: The Essence of Liberty Volume II: The Economics of Liberty and The Essence of Liberty Volume III: Liberty: A Universal Political Ethic.