From the Christian and antisocialist foundations of American civilization to the American Revolution, the drafting of the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitutional Convention of 1787, this detailed history of the origin of the United States of America examines the differences between a federal system of government and a national system of government. With conviction, the author demonstrates that the American Constitution establishes a federal republic that rests upon the pillars of sovereign states.
Warren L. McFerran served as the national director of Tax Reform Immediately and was a contributing editor for the New American magazine. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he was designated a Tulane Scholar, and he earned a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Orlando College in Orlando, Florida. He is also the author of The Principles of Constitutional Government: Political Sovereignty, available from Pelican. He lives in Sanford, Florida.