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By Mark R. Levin

AN INTELLECTUALLY BRACING NEW quantity ON AMERICA’S TRANSFORMATION AND THE conflict among CONSTITUTIONALISM AND UTOPIANISM—FROM the writer OF the number one ny instances BESTSELLER LIBERTY & TYRANNY , MARK R. LEVIN
Hailed by means of Rush Limbaugh as “the such a lot compelling safety of freedom for our time,” and “the beneficial e-book of the Obama era” by means of the yank Spectator, Mark R. Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny made the main persuasive case for conservatism and opposed to statism in a new release. during this most vital time, this major conservative philosopher explores the psychology, motivations, and historical past of the utopian circulation, its architects, and its modern day disciples—and how the person and American society are being gobbled by way of it.

Levin asks, what's this utopian strength that either allures a loose humans and destroys them? Levin digs deep into the earlier and attracts astoundingly appropriate parallels to modern the US from

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Some made lasting changes to the political system; others altered the structure and powers of their office. But this alone cannot account for their success. Presidents such as Martin Van Buren, William McKinley, or Woodrow Wilson also wrought noteworthy political changes. Rather, our greatest Presidents became great by leading the nation through crises. "3 There is a significant, but misunderstood, link between the vigorous exertion of executive power and presidential greatness. By themselves, crises don't produce presidential excellence -- just look at James Buchanan, Lincoln's predecessor, or Herbert Hoover, FDR's predecessor.

Taming executive power within a republican form of government became a central aim of the Framers of the new American Constitution. Many scholars believe that the exercise of executive power today runs counter to the original constitutional design. This group argues that the Revolution against King George III was part of a larger rejection of executive authority and that the Presidency was intended to be a narrow, limited office. 2 This view of the Presidency diminishes its constitutional authority and independence to that of a Clerk-in-Chief whose main duty is to execute Congress's laws.

Favors held legislators together when party discipline did not yet exist. Change in the British political system had a profound impact on the colonists. 22 Corruption, standing armies, constant wars, and a large public debt sapped the British constitution's checks and balances and assaulted the rights and liberties of the British people. 23 The American Revolution was more than just a revolt against the idea of monarchy. Historians have puzzled over why the Framers rebelled when they were loyal British citizens, enjoying prosperity and growth, and victorious against France in the Seven Years' War.

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