Foundations of America-index

The Foundations of America-1
What made America different from every other nation?
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The Constitution was designed to deal with the failings of the human condition. 
The Founders had many fears of the excesses of human nature, notably the desire to control and accumulate ever increasing power.
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The foundations for the United States of America were revolutionary new ideas in the 1700s. Although many of these ideals are common in many countries around the world today, understanding why these ideas are so essential is the great challenge from one generation to the next in America.
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Compare the results of the American revolution with virtually every other revolution in history. In America, one group over threw another in order to promote freedom for all, and just as importantly, was able to maintain this freedom. In no other nation in history, did a group of men so selflessly sacrifice everything for the greater good then did our Founding Fathers.
In many other revolutions, one group overthrew another and then imposed their own brand of tyranny on the loser and the rest of the population - all the while proclaiming they were “For The People.” 
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Western Civilization has its roots in Christianity. Western Civilization is simply a society based on fundamental Christian concepts that replaced pagan cultures and religious cult.
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It is an unfortunate fact that fundamental changes occur in a country that are so gradual we don’t recognize the significance until years, even decades later.
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The Purpose of America was to prove to the Kings and Queens of the world, and to ourselves, that an educated and moral people were capable of ruling themselves. Nobility believed that people wanted to be controlled for their own safety and security. They had good reason to believe this as anarchy or mob rule was the usual result of self rule.
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How to Destroy America A Frightening Analysis
"If you believe that America is too smug, too self-satisfied, too rich, then let's destroy America. It is not that hard to do. No nation in history has survived the ravages of time.  Arnold Toynbee observed that all great civilizations rise and fall and that 'An autopsy of history would show that all great nations commit suicide.'”
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Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.