Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your Culture
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Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your Culture

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A challenge for young people to think big, dream big, and seek to serve God & their fellow citizens by building a truly good and compassionate society.
Paperback, 108 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Brunson Publishing
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This book is pretty good. I like politics so it's nice for me to read about how teens can become active in the government. This book was eye opening to how apathetic our world is becoming and i highly recommend it.
I really like this book as an addition to our US History this year. My kids are only 8 and 11, so some of it was over their heads, but all in all, even the parts that were harder for them to understand, led to some great discussion. This will be a book we will re-visit as they get older.
Hannah Bielicki
Great Book if you ever want to learn about our government.
Quick read- practical and a good read
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Tim Echols grew up in Clayton County in a large entrepreneurial family. The Echols owned a car auction, dairy farm, and house moving business. Tim’s grandfather, Ed, was a county commissioner in Clayton County. Later, Tim would help his dad get elected as a Henry County Commissioner.

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