The Title of Liberty: A Truly American Tale

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The characters, events and topics of this novel form a chilling analogy for America's environment today.... Ancient America was a land of lush jungles, exotic animals, sweet-smelling flowers, winding rivers, and unheard of vistas. It would have been a paradise, if not for the wars. Here, clashing swords met often as two nations fought for control of the land. Men were forced to swear allegiance to one side or the other. At times they saw their leaders waver and would find themselves torn between allegiance to their country and allegiance to their oath. These were days of intrigue, deception, and betrayal. They were also days of loyalty, leadership, and sacrifice. Experience the struggle of a nation trying to hold to its ideals while being pounded by its enemies, both from without and within. Relive the story of Captain Moroni, Helaman and the 2000 Stripling Warriors as never before. Learn to appreciate men who were truly worthy of being role models. This novel will make the land of Ancient America come alive for you. You'll enter the lives of men who fought and died trying to secure liberty for their people. At a dramatic time when tensions were rising and Nephites were turning traitor, Captain Moroni tore off his coat and wrote a pledge in support of key freedoms. He fastened this on a pole and did a massive call to arms among his people to inspire them to defend their liberties. This flag became symbolic of their fight for freedom, and became known as the ''Title of Liberty.'' Since then, generations have been inspired by Moroni's call to sacrifice for and defend liberty! This is a novelization of the account in the Book of Mormon known as Alma chapters 43-62. It includes chapter notes at the end that provide comparisons between the novel and the original account, as well as commentary on the characters and events.

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