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In American Marxism, Mark Levin explained how Marxist ideology has invaded our society and culture. In doing so, he exposed the institutions, scholars, and activists leading the revolution. Now, he picks up where he left off: to hold responsible the true malefactors steering our country down the wrong path.
Insightful and hard-hitting as ever, Levin proves that since its establishment, the Democrat Party has set out to rewrite history and destroy the foundation of freedom in America. More than a political party, it is the entity through which Marxism has installed its philosophy and its new revolution.
As in a Thomas Paine pamphlet or a clarion call from Paul Revere, Levin alerts his fellow Americans to the destruction this country is facing and rallies them to defeat the threat in front of us—more looming than ever. He writes, “Every legal, legitimate, and appropriate tool and method must be employed in the short and long run to defeat the Democratic Party. The Democrat Party must be resoundingly conquered in the next election and several elections thereafter, or it will become extremely difficult to undo the damage it is unleashing at breakneck pace.”
|eBook Name||The Democrat Party Hates America|
|Author||Mark R. Levin|
|Release Date||September 19, 2023|
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Approach “The Democrat Party Hates America” by Mark R. Levin with an open and critical mind. Regardless of your political beliefs, consider it an opportunity to gain insights into a different perspective. While reading, take notes, fact-check claims when necessary, and engage in thoughtful reflection about the content. Keep in mind that understanding diverse viewpoints is essential for a well-rounded perspective on political discourse, and this book can provide valuable insights into the author’s viewpoint.