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"Investigative reporter Robert Parry reframes key chapters of yankee heritage through exploring previous occasions that also force the U.S. political narrative -- from why the Framers junked the Articles of Confederation in want of the structure, to how the trendy Republican celebration embraced a win-at-all-cost ethos, to why the Democrats draw back from the labor of responsibility. America's stolen narrative takes you on a trip from America's founding -- and the plotting of George Washington and James Madison -- to Richard Nixon's sabotage of Lyndon Johnson's Vietnam peace talks, directly to the Watergate scandal (showing how these darkish chapters have been fairly one non-stop storyline). The ebook then explores the political deceptions that surrounded the presidencies of Ronald Reagan and the 2 George trees and explains how that fake background entrapped Barack Obama"--p.[4] of canopy.

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America’s Stolen Narrative  From Washington and Madison to Nixon, Reagan and the Bushes to Obama Robert Parry  The Media Consortium Arlington, Virginia To Josie, Drew, Abby and Eva Copyright © 2012 by Robert Parry All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by The Media Consortium, Arlington, Virginia Grateful acknowledgement to Sam Parry for his assistance in preparing this book. And to Jean and Dean Duston for their support.

S. S. reinforcements). Obama also selected for his Secretary of State the relatively hawkish Hillary Clinton, his rival for the Democratic nomination in 2008. When Obama faced early decisions about what to do with the worsening security situation in Afghanistan, these choices would insure that he would be boxed in with recommendations for a similar “surge” there. But a bigger miscalculation may have been made less by Obama than by many of Obama’s supporters on the Left who unrealistically thought that his election would somehow fix things overnight, that the systemic political changes that the Right had engineered over four decades would just reverse themselves.

So her involvement – and that of her husband – would not be revealed and provoke a possible scandal. In retrospect, none of this should reflect badly on John and Abigail Adams, who sacrificed greatly for the revolutionary cause. [3] Similarly, General George Washington had a mix of personal and patriotic reasons for hating the Articles of Confederation, which governed the new United States through the difficult days of the Revolution and beyond. Since the Articles described the 13 states as “sovereign” and “independent,” there was no means of enforcing the states’ financial commitments to the Continental Army.

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