CHAPTER 1: A Philosophy of Evil Socialism, Progressivism, Liberalism and American Socialism Dictatorship of the Proletariat CHAPTER 2: American Exceptionalism America's Genesis The London Company, Socialism in the Jamestown Colony CHAPTER 3: Colonial Expansion The Plymouth Colony, Pilgrim's Experiment With Socialism New Amsterdam Colony (New York) Massachusetts Bay Colony Maryland, First Proprietary Colony Pennsylvania Colony CHAPTER 4: Colonial Government Connecticut Dominion of New England CHAPTER 5: Seeds of Religious Liberty CHAPTER 6: Religion in the Colonies Virginia Rhode Island The Great Awakening CHAPTER 7: Storm Clouds of Discord Proclamation of 1763 Sugar Act of 1764 Currency Act The Stamp Act Declaratory Acts of 1766 The Townshend Acts The Revenue Act of 1767 The Indemnity Act of 1767 The Commissioner of Customs Act of 1767 The Vice-Admiralty Court The New York Restraining Act of 1767 CHAPTER 8: The Boston Massacre The Tea Act of 1773 CHAPTER 9: Prelude to Revolution Boston Tea Party The Coercive Acts or "Intolerable Acts" Battles of Lexington and Concord Siege of Boston CHAPTER 10: An Expression of the American Mind Declaration of Independence CHAPTER 11: Our Founding Principles Faith Equality Unalienable Rights Republicanism CHAPTER 12: The Federation Shay's Rebellion The Annapolis Convention CHAPTER 13: The Philadelphia Convention The Virginia Plan The Hamilton Plan The New Jersey Plan The Slave Question Ratification CHAPTER 14: America's Sacred Text CHAPTER 15: Constitution Fundamentals Preamble to Constitution Article I, Section 1, Legislative Powers Article I, Section 2, House of Representatives
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338 pages packed with information every patriot should know. Covers the spread of socialism in America from its founding in 1607 to present.
Learn about experiments with socialism in the colonies, the Utopian communes of the nineteenth century, the Progressive Era, the Square Deal, the New Deal, and the Great Society.
Discover new facts about America's struggle for independence, the Philadelphia Convention, the rise of political party power, the turmoil of the sixties and Barack Obama's election to the presidency.
"...Socialists should definitely hide from the book “Philosophy of Evil” ....In deliberate and easy to understand language, Jerry McDaniel traces the historical impact of socialism on United States history. He shows clearly how socialism failed in the colonial era. He demonstrates how the absence of socialism allowed the United States to flourish and become the envy of the world. He emphatically shows how socialism has worked its way into the American system and how it has negatively affected the American economy, the American government and American culture. He addresses socialism not just on economic and historical grounds but also on moral grounds." ~Dr Phil Stringer
Philosophy of Evil Table of Contents
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CHAPTER 16: President of the Senate CHAPTER 17: Enumerated Powers of Congress Powers Granted for the General Welfare Powers Granted for the Common Defense CHAPTER 18: Enumerated Powers, Continued Commerce Clause Necessary and Proper Clause, "Elastic Clause" CHAPTER 19: Electoral College and Jurisdiction of Federal Courts CHAPTER 20: Amendment Process Amendments vs. Conventions Article VI, Supreme Law of the Land CHAPTER 21: Bill of Rights First Amendment Church and State CHAPTER 22: Rise of Political Parties Articles of Confederation The Growth of Political Power CHAPTER 23: American Political Parties The Federalists Party The Democratic - Republican Party CHAPTER 24: Utopian Socialism National Socialism CHAPTER 25: Jacksonian Democracy The National Republican Party The Whig Party The Republican Party The Civil War Reconstruction and Radical Reconstruction CHAPTER 26: The Social Gospel and Socialism The Gilded Age The People's (Populist) Party The Progressive Era CHAPTER 27: Democracy Social Justice CHAPTER 28: The Spread of Socialism The Square Deal 1912, The All-Progressive Election Year CHAPTER 29: Progressive Era Amendments The Sixteenth Amendment The Seventeenth Amendment The Eighteenth Amendment The Nineteenth Amendment CHAPTER 30: The Roaring Twenties The Crash of 1929 CHAPTER 31: The New Deal The Communists Socialists and Progressives Conservative Coalition The New Deal Agenda The "Blue Eagle" Campaign CHAPTER 32: The Great Society The Antiwar Movement CHAPTER 33: After the Cold War Congressional Progressive Caucus The Shadow Party Barack Obama, Background Obama's Political Career U.S. Senate Campaign Senator Obama CHAPTER 34: Conclusion, Lessons Learned The Black Regiment Managing Government Constitutional Amendments Third Parties
PROGRESSIVISM: A Philosophy of Evil
Socialism in America
The struggle of history is not between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat; it is between the government and the governed."
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