"Rush taught people a most valuable lesson: that if we want to be free, we must have the courage to speak our minds."
Rush Limbaugh was a friend to millions of people. Via the radio, he could tickle you with his words, anger you, intrigue you, and make you laugh until you had tears in your eyes. He whispered, laughed, cajoled, exhorted, heckled - but he always said what he thought.
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19 full-colored double-spread illustrations
Reading age: 7-12 years
Grade level: 2-5
The first amendment is first because it's the right upon which all the others stand. Rush Limbaugh believed in freedom, rugged individualism, and self reliance - the values that had made America great. But above all, he believed that America would remain great only as long as people said what they believed to be true, even if they were wrong. If you want your children to know the value of free speech, Rush Limbaugh's story is the one for you.
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