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Four Cardinal Errors: Reasons for the Decline of the American Republic Paperback – December 2, 2011
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The Four Cardinal Errors is a great companion volume to my work, The Crumbling Wall Against Tyranny: a/k/a The United States Constitution. My work deals with the US system of government as originally intended how we have been losing our freedoms for the last two hundred years. The Four Cardinal Errors shows four major reasons why the once great US system of government went bad.
Error one was something which I would have never discovered on my own. The United States never got full economic independence from England! Hide the ball. The US government has money based upon a decimal system. British money is a world of shillings, pennies, pounds and something called "a half crown." Like AC and DC current, US money and British money just don't seem to mix. Now that I have read Yates book, it is so obvious.
Error two was the government-controlled educational system. Forty years ago, it seemed that the schools were a good thing and the so-called "generation gap" was just an anomaly of the times. It took a man with real insight to realized that it was a not a gap based up age groups; it was a gap between what the public schools taught the youth and established American culture believed. Twenty years ago, the teaching of American public schools were so far from anything that I could endorse that I would never dream of letting a child of mine near one. Today, I think of public schools as places where parents send children that they hate. Dr.Read more ›