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A vitally important book!
There is a war being waged for the minds of our children. If enemies infiltrate our schools and teach their ideas to our children, they do not have to engage us in a battle of tanks and canons. Indeed, if our own children accept the ideas of our enemies, then they become our enemies too! For it is the clash of irreconcilable ideas that make people enemies. When our children accept the evil ideas of our enemies the war has already been lost, for do we not go to war to protect our children from the evil ideas of our enemies?
The most important idea of all is God. It is upon this idea alone that truth and freedom rest. Yet our enemies’ idea---that there is no God---is the idea being taught to our children in public schools today.
Therefore to the education of our children we must devote our fullest attention until we are absolutely sure their minds are being molded by teachers who believe in the same God in which we believe.
Without doubt, the fate of public education will determine the fate of our nation---and of our children.
Most Americans do not know their enemies. In fact, most Americans not only willingly submit their children to their enemies for brainwashing, but also vote to pay their enemies big salaries so that their enemies can devote themselves without hindrance to the task! Then these parents wonder why their children grow to despise them.
Who IS the enemy? What does he believe? Why are his ideas wrong and perilous? Do YOU know? If not, both you and your children are in grave danger. That is why you, your children and grandchildren, and all your friends must read this book immediately.
296 pages with footnotes and pictures.