Letters to the Editor by Jon Michael Hubbard

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America is truly unique?so diametrically different from any other nation conceived. But many people don?t understand and appreciate America?s distinctive qualities. In Letters to the Editor, author Jon Michael Hubbard questions whether all of those who reside in the United States are capable of being Americans; he contends that America cannot be all things to all people. In this collection of letters written to newspaper editors, along with other related articles, the author shares his personal feelings and fears about an array of topics important in today?s world, including: liberals, patriotism, the military, politics, government, education, race relations, immigration and Christianity. Providing a provocative and informative discussion, he also delves into other related topics such as national security, energy issues, American industry, the mortgage crisis, and a woman?s right to choose. In Letters to the Editor, Hubbard, a Vietnam era veteran with a deep love for this country, describes what it?s like to be a true American who understands and appreciates what this land offers. The mindset of a true American is fueled by ambition and a burning desire to succeed. Being an American is definitely not to be taken for granted.

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Published March 25, 2009 by iUniverse. 212 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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