Not long ago I heard the Governor of New York say, “America was never that great.” His comment was part of a speech about how he felt about President Trump's policies and actions. I could barely believe my ears. Obviously, I disagree with the governor. At the same time I know that type of thinking is poisoning the minds of our young people enrolled in public schools and universities with few exceptions.
So I decided to create a book about people who made America great. You read about each person in this book and decide for yourself if they contributed positively to American Society and how they did that. This book is meant to educate and inspire people of all ages. It's designed to be an easy read that is not mired in political double talk.
Profiles include George Washington, John Paul Jones, Abraham Lincoln, Lewis and Clark, Mark Twain, Harriet Tubman, George Washington Carver, Frederick Douglass, Theodore Roosevelt, President Donald Trump, Henry Ford, Walt Disney, Dolly Madison, Ronald Reagan, Sam Walton, Clara Barton, Generals Billy Mitchell - George Patton - Douglas MacArthur and many more. Over 30 profiles including photos or illustrations.