Book Review The Founders’ Key
By Larry P Arnn
Let me start by saying I really enjoyed reading The Founders' Key. It is not the type of book I normally read but I figured I would give it a go. The author, Larry P Arnn, takes a look at how our present government is seeking to divorce the Constitution from the Declaration of Independence. By this is seems that certain politicians seem to think that one document should be adhered to and the other should be ignored.
For some strange reason many of those in office seem to think that the two documents contradict one another. I had never given it a second thought. It appears that our founding fathers were already struggling with how to handle slavery at the time the founding documents were written. They simply did not know how to handle the situation and hoped that a compromise could be reached somewhere down the road. The phrase “All men are created equal” caused a great deal of concern amongst these founding fathers.
The book is very well written and is an interesting read. It is not so scholarly as to make it unreadable by someone who isn’t well versed in the history of these documents whereas, at the same time, it takes an in depth look at this issue.
Before you vote in this upcoming election, I think it would be well worth your time to take a look at this book. It may open your eyes.
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