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Talk about politically incorrect! Dont Tread on Me is the best, most entertaining account of the American warrior Ive ever read. Crocker gets it! So will you. --Lt. Col. Robert Buzz Patterson, U.S. Air Force (Ret.), former military aide to theMoreTalk about politically incorrect! Dont Tread on Me is the best, most entertaining account of the American warrior Ive ever read. Crocker gets it! So will you. --Lt. Col. Robert Buzz Patterson, U.S. Air Force (Ret.), former military aide to the president, bestselling author of Dereliction of Duty and War CrimesRobust and provocative, Dont Tread on Me is a unique addition to any library of American history--and it might try to annex your neighboring volumes. --Tony Blankley, McLaughlin Group panelist, bestselling author of The Wests Last ChanceIn Dont Tread on Me, Crocker writes manfully of our nations proud martial spirit that is assailed on so many sides today. I was ready to head to the nearest armed forces recruiting office after reading it. --Steven F. Hayward, author of Churchill on Leadership and The Age of Reagan, 1964-1980The central thrust of Harry Crockers sparkling book is that a nations very essence is reflected in the character of its military, that its history is written in the blood and courage of its fighting men. In prose as unblinking as it is fast-moving, he tells the story of the creation of the American Empire. This book is a true one-of-a-kind- its power flows from Crockers focus on the dauntless warriors who forged and safeguarded the United States of America. --Lt. Gen. Dave R. Palmer, U.S. Army (Ret.), former superintendent of West Point, author of George Washington and Benedict Arnold: A Tale of Two PatriotsDont Tread on Me is that rare but admirable thing--a book written from a Tory, Imperialist, Southern Gentlemans perspective. Winston Churchill and Andrew Jackson would both be proud. A rousing read through the rattling good tales of American history. --John OSullivan, editor-at-large for National ReviewA book as dashing, formidable, and triumphant as the American fighting man it describes. --Bernard Cornwell, author of Sharpes Fury and the bestselling Richard Sharpe series From the Hardcover edition.