George Peter Alexander Healy 1813-1894
Healy was one of the most successful mid-19th-century painters in the United States. Among his subjects were King Louis-Philippe of France, Pope Pius IX, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and a series of U.S. presidents from John Quincy Adams to Ulysses S. Grant and a monumental portrayal of Congress with scores of individuals delineated
"Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new after all." ~Abraham Lincoln
Unfound Loyality by Rev. Wayne Perryman
Publisher - Book Publishers Network - 2003
Why are most Blacks in America Democrat?” asked a group of inner-city young people to Rev. Wayne Perryman of Seattle, Washington. Perryman replied, “Because Democrats have done the most for Black people.” They asked him for material to find out exactly what the Democrats have done for Blacks. Perryman did not have any material to give them. He said, “I could see I would have to dig further to find the real answer…That decision led to some startling revelations regarding the relationships between blacks and the Democrats.” Read More...
Review by Dr. JD Garvin
President of Pueblo Community College in Pueblo, CO
“In my opinion (Unfounded Loyality) has shed a vail of misinformation that has been historically passed on from generation to generation by African-Americans. This book uncovered the distastfully truth about the Democratic party, and their role in the enslavement of African Americans. This book opened my eyes, and enpowered me to make informed decisions about my vote and who I'm voting for.
As Black male I have always voted on the Democratic ticket, but after reading Mr. Perryman's book that decision maybe harder to make the next time around. Well done Mr.Perryman. I know from experience that it is often difficult to take on a subject that is not popular. However, this book isn't about being popular, it's about setting the record straight. I would recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in the truth.”
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