Some Commendations of the book
Dr. C. Perry Patterson (University of Texas, retired):
"Never in my forty years of teaching, researching, and writing [in this field] . . . has such an important and well done piece of work passed over my desk . . . There is nothing like it in our political literature or any publication that approaches it in scope, character, organization, and fundamental nature . . . I regard it as more fundamental and realistic than Alexis de Toqueville's Democracy in America or James Bryce's The American Commonwealth. It should be used in the classrooms of American High Schools, Colleges, and Universities . . . and read by every American . . ."
Dr. Harley L. Lutz (Princeton University, retired)
". . . timely exposition . . . reveals prodigious effort . . . [best use] . . . in schools and colleges . . . could contribute much to the revival of that pride in our institutions and heritage . . . The definition of Equality . . . should be required reading . . . emphasis on self-discipline and the absence of coercion . . . discussion . . . of taxation is sound and illuminating . . . section on individual enterprise . . . especially important . . . the book is a scholarly treatment . . ."
More commendations will be forthcoming...