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Help Us Defeat NAFTA & the NWO

We are launching perhaps the most important campaign in the history of The John Birch Society, and it might be the toughest we have ever been involved in for two basic reasons we will relate further on — but we can do it!We are faced with a …

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George Roberts Clark

Shrieking war whoops, flashing tomahawks, and sweeping destruction brought the War for Independence home to every man, woman, and child living on the western frontier of America in 1776. They were not forced to defend themselves against smartly uniformed soldiers, but against savages who would …

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John Adams

The year was 1781. At Yorktown, Virginia, the British General Cornwallis had surrendered to American Commander in Chief George Washington. The War for Independence had been won, the British defeated, and a new nation established… or so most Americans thought.It was true that the war …

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Miss Liberty

Formally, she is called “Liberty Enlightening the World,” but most of us know her at the Statue of Liberty. Her home is an island in the harbor near one of our greatest cities. This proud lady stands as a towering statue on Liberty Island (formerly Bedloe’s …

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The Liberty Bell

There is a symbol, older and more famous than the rest. Visiting Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, one can still see this giant that weighs more than 2,080 pounds. It is, of course, the Liberty Bell. It rests today in the Tower Room of Independence Hall, the birthplace of …

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John Adams

The year was 1781. At Yorktown, Virginia, the British General Cornwallis had surrendered to American Commander in Chief George Washington. The War for Independence had been won, the British defeated, and a new nation established… or so most Americans thought.It was true that the war …

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