Notes On Text


Voice from the Heart of We The People

Published By:
Freedom Tracks Music / Records
707 Ward Street ~ Nashville, TN 37207
(615) 889-1669 ~ (800) 992-8084 ~

Copyright © August 20th, 2003 by Richard Aberdeen.
United States Copyright Office Certificate of Registration TX 5-877-302

ISBN 0-9745947-0-9

Printed in United States of America -- First Printing August, 2003

No part of this material may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including printing, photocopying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher and signed by the author. Inquiries can be mailed to: Freedom Tracks Records or requested via eMail.  Essays entitled Revolution and Revolution ~ Side B are open copyright and may be reproduced and distributed as desired.

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NOTES ON THE TEXT:  This book is divided into chapters consisting of essays, songs and poems.  Each chapter is written as both a complete topic unto its self and as a portion of the larger story.  Footnotes are intended to be read if full comprehension and explanation of the material is desired.  Chapters include URL links to charitable organizations, reference and other information related to the text and individuals named in the dedications.  Biblical quotations are from the New King James Bible unless otherwise noted.  Quotations and representations of facts, names and events are accurate as far as the author is aware of and able to discern.  Opinions expressed are solely those of the author’s unless otherwise noted.  There is no intention whatsoever on the part of the author to misrepresent statements, ideas, intentions or beliefs of any other individual, whether living or dead.  Any such misrepresentation is entirely accidental.
       Charitable and other non-profit organizations listed throughout this book are included as relevant to the text and to help inspire the reader toward finding an issue of social importance consistent with his or her own heart.  They are in no way intended as representing an all-inclusive selection of valid issues and worthy organizations, as there exist many others not mentioned in this work. The author is personally familiar with several of those selected and most of the rest receive high ratings by charity watchdog groups.  It is always advisable to check out a non-profit charitable organization carefully before donating a substantial amount of personal time and/or monetary funds.

Cover Lyric:  Based on “This Land Is Your Land” by Woody Guthrie; lyric slightly altered.

First Printing: August, 2003