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As an American Rights and Responsibilities

Academic Research into the Declining Loyalties of the American Worker

by William N. Spencer


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Rights and responsibilitieswhat a strange collection and connection of words. But words do mean things, and according to our great American Constitution and quite contrary to todays popular liberal democrat beliefs, we citizens really do have very many actual responsibilities (how dare we insinuate such mindless drivel?) and very few actual rights. Among those are the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happinessnot the right to happiness but only the freedom of opportunity to pursue happiness and only if one chooses to do so or so chooses not to do so. Unfortunately, since the onset of modern-day liberal progressivism, a great majority of American citizens no longer accept the obligation of any national responsibility.

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William N. Spencer (Author)

A life-long advocacy of youth ministry and teaching, with over forty years of work in the unionized labor sector, both public and private, has given me a strange perspective of the American workplace. After starting college at age 51, and ending w...

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