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Backbone Colorado USA: Dispatches from the Divide Paperback – December 14, 2015
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John Andrews has been a leading conservative voice for American renewal from his patriotic student days during the Vietnam War to his current adventures as a septuagenarian gadfly at Colorado Christian University. Since graduating from Principia College in 1966, he has founded or led five think tanks, held appointments from four presidents, worked at three colleges, served in two ministry organizations, and been a U.S. Navy submarine officer. He was president of the Colorado Senate and the Republican nominee for Governor of Colorado. In addition to his Denver Post columns, anthologized here, Andrews originated Backbone Radio, TCI Cable News, the Head On TV debates, and the Western Conservative Summit. He is the author or editor of several books, most recently Responsibility Reborn: A Citizen’s Guide to the Next American Century.
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Prof M Gene Aldridge
Reviving personal responsibility, he avers, is the only hope for the survival of liberty. I believe that he is right. It isn't easy It never has been and never will be easy. But, as I wrote in my novel, Again, it is every generation's duty and privilege.
John Andrews' essays are our handbook for freedom.