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FREEDOM! It’s what we want most. It’s what we fight for the most. It’s what we are willing to die for. It’s what we are willing to sacrifice everything we have for. Freedom is the primary principle the Founding Fathers sought to protect through theMoreFREEDOM! It’s what we want most. It’s what we fight for the most. It’s what we are willing to die for. It’s what we are willing to sacrifice everything we have for. Freedom is the primary principle the Founding Fathers sought to protect through the establishment of the U.S. Constitution 225 years ago.Now a little more than 2 centuries later our freedoms are diminishing. They are being taken and cast away by those who seek only for power. In other words OUR FREEDOMS ARE WOUNDED. Their integrity and make-up are oozing out like the life giving blood of a wounded soldier on the battlefield.Can these wounds be healed?Can we regain the full integrity of our freedoms?Like a wounded soldier, America needs a doctor who can prescribe the proper treatment and medicine that will heal our freedoms. That doctor is Harry Atwood. He dedicated his life and then literally gave it for the U.S. Constitution.With clarity, testimony, and understanding, Harry Atwood teaches the fundamental principles that the Founding Fathers fought for, died for, and established as the foundation of our Constitution. He teaches how we can arm ourselves in order to effectively fight those powers that seek to take our liberties and how to heal our wounded freedoms. His five works included in this single volume are his legacy and gift to the world.Included in this single volume are the five complete works of Harry Atwood.• Back to the Republic• Safeguarding American Ideals• Keep God in American History• Orderly Progress or Chaos: Which?• The Constitution Explained Bonus Material:• Men Who Wrote the Constitution• The Constitution of the United StatesAbout the Author:Harry lived a great life. He was an accomplished attorney at the turn of the twentieth century. His passion for the law led him to become a renowned constitutional scholar and serve as Assistant D.A. in Chicago, Illinois.Around 1913, about the time the Federal Reserve and the IRS were formed, Harry quit his job and began to focus entirely on educating others about the Constitution. He was extremely concerned that we were losing our freedoms and constitutional rights through ignorance, apathy, and government overreach. He wanted to protect those freedoms for future generations. His primary focus was to instruct citizens about the divine role God has played in the rise and development of America, and the importance of safeguarding the Constitution. He started the Constitution Educational Association and travelled the country extensively giving thousands of speeches and seminars. He never wavered but stood firm in his defense of God and the US Constitution. He did so to his dying day when his life was cut short by cowardly assassins whose primary goal was to usurp the freedoms that so many thousands in our history and so many millions throughout world history have fought and died to preserve.In 1930, at the age of 56, Harry Atwood was given poison in his food at a banquet in which he was the guest speaker. He died later that night. The poison which killed him was a white tasteless powder that coagulates the blood and causes the victim to die of heart failure.In 1933, as a tribute to her husband and his undying love for the Constitution, Maude Atwood commissioned the printing of the Nestore Leoni Illuminated Constitution (See it at www.WoundedFreedoms.com).Harry Atwood authored five major works that, since his death, have been all but lost in history. These works hold the key to healing America from the wounds it has suffered through apathy and government overreach. These five works are included in this single volume (Healing Our Wounded Freedoms).Harry was born near Morgan Park, Illinois in 1875. In 1897, he received the degree of PhD at the University of Chicago. A year later he received a dual LLB from Chicago School of Law and from Illinois College of Law. He began practicing law in 1899, served as Assistant U. S. District Attorney from 1909 to 1911, and Field Secretary for the U. S. Chamber of Commerce from 1913 to 1914, and Attorney for the Board of Local Improvements of Chicago in 1915. He was a member of the First Illinois Cavalry during the Spanish-American War, a Republican, a Baptist, and a member of the Masonic Fraternity.