From Hope to Higher Ground

From Hope to Higher Ground

12 Stops to Restoring America's Greatness

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
"Governor Mike Huckabee of Arkansas presents a vision for what America can become with the right kind of leadership, a clear direction, and a people who are willing to believe that the World War II generation doesn't have to be the last "greatest generation""--Provided by the publisher.Presents a vision for what America can become with the right kind of leadership, a clear direction, and a people who are willing to believe that the World War II generation doesn't have to be the last "greatest generation."

Hachette Book Group
With the small but powerfully
inspiring word "hope,"
nationally recognized leader
and policy-maker Governor
Mike Huckabee points out that
progress for our country cannot
happen with the continued
bipartisan rift dividing it. He
taps into the fundamental core
of every American, confronting matters closest at hand with the
call for a critical change in perspective and a clear plan of action
that shows what we can become as a truly indivisible nation. The
governor presents 12 key things we need to STOP doing in order
to make America stronger, speaking out on immigration, the job
market, health care, education, and taxes, and provides practical
solutions that could bring our nation to higher ground.

Baker
& Taylor

Depicts an America in accordance with the governor of Arkansas's optimistic vision of appropriate leadership and clear direction, identifying twelve activities he believes need to be stopped in order to strengthen the nation and instill character in its post-World War II generations, in an account that addresses such issues as immigration, education, and taxes. 75,000 first printing.
Presents a vision for what America can become with the right kind of leadership, a clear direction, and a people who are willing to believe that the World War II generation doesn't have to be the last "greatest generation."

Publisher: New York : Center Street, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781599957043
1599957043
Branch Call Number: 320.973 H865f 2007
Characteristics: x, 196 p. ; 24 cm

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