Introduction to American Citizenship – Including The Declaration of Independence & United States Constitution
A beautiful little primer, Introduction to American Citizenship, is perfect for students, new citizens, and anyone who wants to understand and teach others the way of life required if we are to remain self-governing, free citizens within a republic of constitutionally limited and separated powers.
This volume contains the full text of both The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. As well as those two important American documents, Introduction to Citizenship, includes a bullet point guide to the key ideas enshrined in both, and a short, eloquent explanation of the connection between those ideas and the rights and duties inseparable from being a citizen of the United States.
About Dr. Thomas Krannawitter (Denver, Colorado Author)
Dr. Krannawitter, President of Speakeasy Ideas, a Colorado-based business, focuses on teaching, encouraging, and inspiring others to create wealth for themselves by helping others. He illuminates for others to see the intrinsic connection between improving one's own life and producing what others want, need, appreciate, and value.
Dr. Krannawitter and his team at Speakeasy Ideas have been innovative in taking the ideas that have proven essential for human flourishing and packaging them in ways that are entertaining, educational, and easy-to-use for business owners and employees, teachers and students, parents and children, and citizens of all ages.
Dr. Krannawitter holds a Ph.D. in political science from the Claremont Graduate University, specializing in American political thought and classical political philosophy. His research and writing also include subjects related to economics and political economy.
He has taught at Claremont McKenna College, Hillsdale College, and George Mason University, among other schools. He is one of the principal instructors for the Leadership Program of the Rockies, and he frequently consults with organizations on improving communications, development, and strategic planning.