Miracles and Massacres: True and Untold Stories of the Making of America
Narrated By: ,
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Date: November 2013
Duration: 10 hours 49 minutes
We are a nation that hungers for truth: it’s as essential as oxygen to our identity as Americans. It’s in our nature to attempt to discern the truth in all things: in the media, in our current culture, and by looking to the past. In all of his national and #1 bestsellers—both fiction and nonfiction—Glenn Beck gets to the heart of the truth we seek, saying the things others won’t, bringing profound insight to the toughest, most controversial issues we face today, and painting vivid scenarios of what America’s future may hold. Glenn Beck delivers the truth on a scale, and with an accessibility, that makes him one of our most valued and cutting-edge political thinkers.
Now, experience our history like never before with this fascinating timeline of the making of America, with Glenn Beck as visionary tour guide. Here are true stories from our two-and-a-half centuries as a free people, from the Founding Fathers to September 11th—some familiar but cast in a whole new light; others that you’ll discover for the first time. Together, they reveal a thoughtful, truthful portrait of America at its core. Be inspired by the courageous and ultimately history-shaping decisions and actions of unsung heroes, ordinary citizens, everyday patriots, men at war, women at work, dreamers, inventors, rebels—and discover the staggering impact every individual can have in building a legacy of American strength, honor, resourcefulness, and truth.
Turning the famous quotation “those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it” on its ear, Glenn Beck shares the galvanizing message that those who learn from our rich heritage will be part of a better tomorrow. Be one of the great Americans whose story will be told for generations to come.