Young Men Who Changed the World is an audio recording of my father, Bill Brown, reading Jonathan Edwards’ “Resolutions” and George Washington’s “Rules of Civility.”

These two young people were exemplary in their deportment, outstanding for their use of time and able to communicate the principles that made them great. Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), a powerful role model as a husband, father, and pastor, wrote his “Resolutions” at age 16. George Washington (1732-1799), a man who was fearless in battle, wrote his “Rules of Civility” at age 14.