The American Revolution had very clear direction. The Fathers set their faces against dependence upon Government, dependence upon a collective, in favor of individual responsibility. Progress, in the American context, was always in the direction of reducing the intrusiveness of Government. And in those first few decades, we became more--not less--individualistic; setting the individual free to solve his own problems; making the State and Union dependent for their very survival on an armed and productive citizenry; with a foreign policy based upon mutual respect, goodwill and non-interference in the internal and unique affairs of other nations.188 years ago, having achieved our original goals and reached perhaps a sort of political and spiritual plateau, characterized by the near unanimous reelection of President Monroe--the principles of the Revolution no longer effectively challenged--we began to lose momentum. Since then, subtly, haltingly at first, latterly (since World War I accelerating into the 1930s) as though caught in a great ebb tide, we have lost all sense of that original direction. We have been swept back out to sea, as it were, where all the principles that made America work, have been called into question; where progress has been redefined in terms of a destruction--one after another--of the very principles that made America unique, that gave her strength and freedom.http://pages.prodigy.net/krtq73aa/index.htmlhttp://www.crystalinks.com/egyptgodsindex.htmlhttp://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atlantis/7247/TheReturnOfTheGods.html
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