One of the grievances in the Declaration of Independence, the founders and old revolutionaries not only rejected the notion of “arbitrary” government, they considered it the definition of a tyranny.

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Declaration – full text

Geoff Smock – Journal of the American Revolution

James Otis Jr – 1762

Samuel Adams – The Rights of the Colonists (20 Nov 1772)

Blackstone (1753)

Thomas Gordon – Cato’s Letter No 36 (8 July 1721)

Samuel Adams, James Otis Jr – Massachusetts Circular Letter (11 Feb 1768)

John Adams – Novanglus (1774)

Henry Lee (not Richard, as mentioned in the show) – Virginia Ratifying Convention (9 June 1788)

Luther Martin – January 27, 1788

James Madison – Federalist No. 14 (30 Nov 1787)

Mike Maharrey – a “living and breathing” constitution

Thomas Jefferson – Opinion on the Constitutionality of a National Bank (15 Feb 1791)

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