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Whispers of the South

In a style both lyrical and historical, Murriel Moore Meadows, in her book Whispers of the South, traces the Howell side of her family through their struggles to survive, endure, and prosper. From the isle of Wales, across the Atlantic to Jamestown, then on to the Carolinas, and finally to Twiggs County, Georgia, the author takes you through courtship and marriage, childbirth and loss, the Civil War and recovery, rural churches and bush arbor meetings, and “King Cotton” and the boll weevil. Mrs. Meadows takes you inside her childhood family, showing the strength and courage of her mother, Erlene Padgett Moore, who kept the farm going and the family intact when her husband is charged in the death of another man on the Ocmulgee River at Graham Lake.

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On My Honor: Why the American Values of the Boy Scouts Are Worth Fighting For

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On My Honor underscores the depth to which the culture warriors of the left will go to force their secular humanist minority view upon American society and revered American institutions.  It is a revealing look at a culture war that rages close to the surface of American life, and it is a must read for any American concerned that our society is slipping from the high moral ground of liberty to the valley of license.

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They Think You’re Stupid: Why Democrats Lost Your Vote and What Republicans Must Do to Keep It

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In They Think You’re Stupid, Herman Cain offers an action plan to help the marginalized voter find a true voice in the political process, while at the same time offering political party leaders an avenue back to the heart of American democracy—the voters.

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They Think You’re Stupid: Why Democrats Lost Your Vote and What Republicans Must Do to Keep It

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In They Think You’re Stupid, Herman Cain offers an action plan to help the marginalized voter find a true voice in the political process, while at the same time offering political party leaders an avenue back to the heart of American democracy—the voters.

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Red State Rising: Triumph of the Republican Party in Georgia

On November 5, 2002—Election Day—most Georgians were surprised to learn that they had elected their first Republican governor in 130 years, becoming the last state of the old Confederacy to break the long-time Democratic lock on the governor’s office and both houses of the state legislature. Red State Rising: Triumph of the Republican Party in Georgia tells this fascinating story.

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