The Book of Mormon and the Constitution

Associated Dates: 1995, Published Length: approx. 201 pgs. Author: H. Verlan Andersen PDF Epub Mobi Introduction Just as a wayward child fills the thoughts of a righteous parent with sorrow, and saps that parent’s power, confidence and peace, a member who rejects President Benson by clinging to socialism brings a sapper into his own heart […]

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Man, Freedom and Government by Ezra Taft Benson

The following presentation, originally released in 1968 as a filmstrip, was written and narrated by the late Ezra Taft Benson. He is best remembered for his distinguished career in government and his extensive religious service. Starting in 1953, he served eight years as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture in the Eisenhower administration and was widely recognized […]

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The Forgotten Man: Jon McNaughton

All the Presidents of the past gather around a man sitting on a park bench. That man, with his head bowed appears distraught and hopeless as he contemplates his future. Some of the past Presidents try to console him and look in the direction of the modern Presidents as they exclaim, “What have you done?” […]

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The American Heritage Series DVD

Discover the forgotten and astonishing story of our nation’s foundation in the American Heritage Series. For centuries, Americans were taught a truthful view of history that recognized the Godly heroes and moral foundation our nation was founded upon. But in recent years, a new version of history has assaulted the moral and spiritual fiber of […]

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A More Perfect Union (1989)
A More Perfect Union Joseph Smith Foundation

This stirring 2-hour film will bring the Founding Fathers to life as you witness the struggles and the miracles that produced the Constitution of the United States and the freest nation on earth. Filmed on location at Independence Hall; Williamsburg, Virginia; and other historical sites, it dramatically chronicles how America became a nation.  (Summary by […]

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Agenda: Grinding America Down (2010)

When Idaho legislator Curtis Bowers wrote a “Letter to the Editor” about the drastic changes in America’s culture, it became the feature story on the evening news, people protested at the capitol, and for weeks the local newspapers were filled with responses. He realized then that he’d hit on something. Ask almost anyone and you […]

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