As many founders told us – there is nothing so terrible to tyrants and their tools – as free speech and a free press. Learn more about these essential natural rights from Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, George Washington, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson.

Path to Liberty: April 27, 2022

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Samuel Adams – Populous, Boston Gazette (14 Mar 1768)

Benjamin Franklin – Silence Dogood, New England Courant (9 July 1722)

Robert Shibley – FIRE

Thomas Gordon – Cato’s Letters No 15 (4 Feb 1721)

Benjamin Franklin – On Freedom of Speech and the Press (17 Nov 1737)

James Madison – Report of 1800 (7 Jan 1800)

Thomas Jefferson – First Inaugural (4 Mar 1801)

George Washington – Newburgh Address (15 March 1783)

Benjamin Franklin – Apology for Printers (1731)

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Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, Volume I (1835), Chapter XV

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