Recovering American Liberty
Volume 1: Rediscovering the Principles of Just Government
About the Book
Many Americans today realize that their own government is steadily becoming the greatest danger and threat to their rights, liberties, and future prosperity. In their attempt to right the errant ways of American government, millions of Americans have looked to the Constitution for answers, and yet “what is Constitutional” continues to elude those that we the people elect to political office. In Recovering American Liberty, the authors note the importance of the Constitution, but present an argument that contemporary Americans have lost sight of the ethical principles that the Constitution was conceived and written in, and ratified only in the light of – those being the self-evident truth principles laid out in the Declaration of Independence. Recovering American Liberty explores the Declaration of Independence and each of those self-evident truths. The authors reason that without Americans first becoming a people who once again embrace these principles in the Declaration, then all their efforts to Make America Great Again, will be for not. For, it is only because Americans once honored these principles in their personal lives, that America as a nation, became Great in the first place.
About the Author
Robert C. Lowry, MD, grew up working in a small family-owned metal fabrication shop in south central Los Angeles. After high school, he worked as a roughneck in Texas. He earned his medical degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He now lives in Boerne, Texas, with his wife and children, and has a small private practice. Dagne Florine, PhD, is a product of small-town America, where she learned the value of hard work during long, hot summers at the Green Giant canning factory. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota and her doctorate from the Mayo Clinic/University of Minnesota. After working in cancer research as a postdoctoral fellow and in the biotechnology field, she moved to Texas where she currently lives with her family.