The Counterrevolution (Hardcover) by E.C. Harwood

The Counterrevolution by Edward C. Harwood was originally published in 1951 as a clarion call for a renewal of the revolution that was freedom and a warning against the statist counterrevolution.

Compiled into thirteen chapters, it sketches the developments that led to the advances of Western Civilization by fostering the spread of individual freedoms, assesses the many social and governance issues of the first half of the Twentieth Century, and explains why those problematical issues constituted a counterrevolution as succinctly expressed in Patrick Henry’s warning:

“The Constitution is not a document for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government—lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.”

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