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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Freedom allows us to develop our capabilities and achieve our dreams, so it is important to preserve it. To do this we must find balance in our lives, face defeats and strive for victories. This applies on both a personal and collective level. It is fundamental to have the correct perspective in developing the strengths needed to accomplish our goals on any scale. Made In America By AmeriCANS Not AmeriCANTS evaluates this. Richard V. Battle teaches three essential skills relating to our capacity to act: learning, leading, and legacy. In his analysis, he venerates the heroes who forged America and who fought for everyone to have equal opportunity. He also demonstrates how our everyday actions are shaping the future.
Richard V. Battle has applied much attention to detail and he shows it from the symbolism on the cover to the variety of examples provided to support his conclusions. Although he incorporates political terminology, the text is easy to understand. The ideas presented are enriched with biblical references, historical data, and anecdotes. I liked the perspective used in the explanations because they focus on maintaining wholesome values to ensure a harmonious society. Battle displays a positive attitude and encourages readers to see the humor in life, even in defeat. He also discusses planning to achieve our goals and cultivating the attitude of an efficient leader. Made In America By AmeriCANS Not AmeriCANTS encourages the reader to be a person with sound principles while setting an example for future generations to maintain their rights and freedom.