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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: God & Country Press
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
In 1989, the Berlin wall, the very wall that symbolized oppression for so many indeed came down, and the Iron Curtain of Soviet communism suffered the same fate shortly afterward.
We may have defeated the political and national arm of communism in the Soviet Union by winning the Cold War, but the real threat of revolution has always been from within, not without. In the United States, the Anti-Christian socialist agenda has allied with the radical left wing to form a powerful movement, what Bill OReilly has coined the "secular progressive" movement.
Now Christians and traditionalists in America must join forces to win the "Culture War."
Winning the Culture War identifies socialism as the main adversary and threat to civil rights within our nation. Teaching Christians and other concerned citizens how to disarm the weaponry of the socialist left is the books major goal.
Before the 1990s, Linda Rae Hermann's focus was a wife, mother of six children and ministering as a counselor and teacher in her local church. In 1990, Linda returned to college, San Jose State University, to pursue a Masters in Political Science, completing it in 1994. Linda's thesis centered on America's loss of Jude-Christian values, using research from Puritan original sources and other books on the subject.
Deciding to actively do something about the attack on our culture, Linda ran for a local school board office and won. She has written a conservative column for a local newspaper in Milpitas, California, and then ran as the republican candidate for Congress for the fifteenth district of California, and then ran as the Republican candidate for Congress for the fifteenth district of California in 2002. Linda has also produced and appeared in a television show about our American heritage on a local cable channel. Her goal has been to make the public aware of the destructive elements of the secular, progressive agenda.