By Jack E. Levin
“Fourscore and 7 years in the past our fathers introduced forth in this continent a brand new state,
conceived in liberty and devoted to the proposition that every one males are created equal.”
Long prior to his conservative manifesto Liberty and Tyranny grew to become a number one big apple instances bestseller, Mark R. Levin’s love for his kingdom used to be instilled in him by means of his father, Jack E. Levin. At relatives dinners, Jack may proportion his bountiful wisdom of yank heritage and, in particular, the foundation of Abraham Lincoln.
The son of immigrants, Jack Levin is an American patriot who spoke back with deep own emotion
to Lincoln’s demand liberty and equality. His admiration for the nice Civil conflict president encouraged
him to in my view layout and bring a stunning quantity, superior with interval illustrations and
striking battlefield pictures through Matthew Brady and different popular photographers of the period, that
brings to existence the words...
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Extra resources for Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Illustrated
Each night, after the conclusion of my radio broadcast, he calls me to talk a few minutes about the issues of the day. Like millions of others, my father is concerned about the state of the nation. He wonders whether the liberty, opportunities, and prosperity fought for and enjoyed by his generation and past generations will survive for future generations. Not too long ago, my father sent me a Xerox copy of his book, which he had reduced to a smaller size. He said, “Mark, I created this book forty-five years ago to remind people, especially young people, how precious our republic is.
Levin and Mark R. Levin Dedicated to my wife, Norma, and our family, and to all the patriots who love our country Preface My Father and the Gettysburg Address On July 4, 1937, my father, Jack, then twelve years old, and a neighborhood buddy walked several miles from their homes to the parade route where the city of Philadelphia was celebrating our nation’s founding. The route stretched from Center City Philadelphia, not far from Independence Hall, to the Philadelphia Art Museum, which Sylvester Stallone would make famous in his Rocky movies nearly forty years later.
He said, “Mark, I created this book forty-five years ago to remind people, especially young people, how precious our republic is. ” He was right. With the exception of improvements to the clarity and color of the graphics with digital technology, slight modifications to certain pages and the cover, and the reduced physical size of the book, Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address Illustrated remains the same as when it was first released in 1965. But its message is all the more important. I also want to acknowledge my brothers, Doug and Rob, who contributed to this preface by allowing me to tap their collective memories.