The authoritarians Their assault on individual liberty, the Constitution, and free enterprise from the 19th century to the present

Jonathan W. Emord, 1961-

Book - 2021

The Authoritarians is an incisive, well-documented, largely untold story of unremitting efforts by self-avowed socialists to destroy the Founding Fathers' limits on government power and usher in a socialist state. Emord uncovers the stark truths of the past bu does not leave readers without hope. With a detailed plan for the restoration of constitutional government, he invites readers to become part of a national movement to restore limits on power and protections for individual rights in f...ulfillment of the great promise of the Declaration of Independence--back cover.

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New York : Morgan James Publishing [2021]
Physical Description
lx, 436 pages ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 407-436).
Main Author
Jonathan W. Emord, 1961- (author)
  • Chapter 1. The Birth and Growth of Authoritarianism in America
  • Chapter 2. The Presidents Who Embraced Authoritarianism
  • Chapter 3. The Denial of God-Given Rights
  • Chapter 4. The Father of the Administrative State
  • Chapter 5. The Dismantlement of Constitutional Barriers
  • Chapter 6. The Cartelization of Favored Enterprise
  • Chapter 7. The Abandonment of Meaningful Judicial Review
  • Chapter 8. Administrative Tyranny
  • Chapter 9. The Misery of Socialism
  • Chapter 10. The Blessings of Liberty
  • Chapter 11. Beyond Slavery
  • Chapter 12. Just Governments
  • Chapter 13. The Democratic Party's Embrace of Authoritarianism
  • Chapter 14. A Wake-Up Call from Victims of Socialism and Communism
  • Chapter 15. The Way Back to Liberty and Prosperity
  • Chapter 16. Conclusion.