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Publisher Description

From five-time #1 New York Times bestselling author, radio host, and “one of the conservative moment’s most influential voices” (The Washington Times) Mark R. Levin comes a searing plea for a return to America’s most sacred values.

In Rediscovering Americanism, Mark R. Levin revisits the founders’ warnings about the perils of overreach by the federal government and concludes that the men who created our country would be outraged and disappointed to see where we’ve ended up.

Levin returns to the impassioned question he’s explored in each of his bestselling books: How do we save our exceptional country? Because our values are in such a precarious state, he argues that a restoration to the essential truths on which our country was founded has never been more urgent. Understanding these principles, in Levin’s words, can “serve as the antidote to tyrannical regimes and governments.” Rediscovering Americanism is not an exercise in nostalgia, but an appeal to his fellow citizens to reverse course.

This essential book brings Levin’s celebrated, sophisticated analysis to the troubling question of America’s future, and reminds us what we must restore for the sake of our children and our children’s children.

GENRE
Nonfiction
NARRATOR
MRL
Mark R. Levin
LENGTH
06:08
hr min
RELEASED
2017
June 27
PUBLISHER
Simon & Schuster Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
301.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Mr bojangles Stl ,

Greatness!

This man is greatness!

ArielBenjamin ,

Get your true north back!

Amazing work, explains the entire current political landscape; it's worth putting in front of other reading, imho

however, it ought to be re-recorded. The guy Mark used for the reading sounds too monotone. No offense intended, but the book would have been way better in Mark's voice, as well as more natural to the folks already used to his shows. Would the great one consider a re-record some day?

Dr Phil 69 ,

Mark isn't the reader for the audio

Only complaint is that Mark isn't reading for the audiobook. The reader is very monotone and bland. Makes it much more difficult to pay attention and absorb.

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