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Declaring the Intent of America's FOUNDING FATHERS 

Government is a creation of man. Government does not occur naturally in life.  In reality, government in America is a corporation with only the authority given to it in it's founding contract - the Constitution.

America was established upon the principle that government is a "necessary evil." Government is necessary in an advancing society, but history proves that it is always misused by people for personal gain - hence the "evil" nature. It was to be limited in power and influence in each person's life. Limited government allows freedom and liberty. The bigger government becomes, the more enslaved and controlled the citizens become.

George Washington said of government: 

"Government, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master."

Thomas Jefferson said:

"That government is best that governs least."

The Founding Fathers and their entire generation believed that only moral people could be free.


James Madison stated:


"We have staked the whole of our political institutions on the capacity of mankind to govern themselves according to the Ten Commandments of God."


Samuel Adams said on July 4, 1776, referring to the signing of the Declaration of Independence :


"We have this day restored the Sovereign to whom all men ought to be obedient."



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Declaration of Independence July 4 1776

This 17" x 22" historic print on parchment explains the story of the Declaration, events surrounding its approval, and the price that the men paid for this openly rebellious act of treason against the British government. This is the first and only time that the likeness of all 56 signers has been presented.  This is the story of America's most important founding document and the 56 men that made it happen!  Included FREE with book purchase!

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