The United States of today couldn’t be further from the principles of the American Revolution. Here are 4 major ones that have been almost completely ignored, leading to the largest government in history.

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John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson – Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms (6 Jul 1775)

Samuel Adams – Loyalty and Sedition (1748)

Thomas Paine – Dissertation on First Principles of Government

John Dickinson – An Address (1764)

Mercy Otis Warren – History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution (1803)

Patrick Henry – Speech in the Virginia Ratifying Convention

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell (2 Feb 1816)

A Dangerous Strategy

John Jay – Address to the People of New York (1788)

Samuel Adams to Elbridge Gerry (22 Aug 1789)

The Dangers of Consolidation: Antifederalist Brutus No. 1

Consolidation Leads to Force: Antifederalist Cato No. 3

George Mason – Virginia Ratifying Convention (14 June 1788)

Joseph Warren – Massacre Day Oration (1775)

Elbridge Gerry – Speech in the House (17 Aug 1789)

James Madison – Philadelphia Convention (23 Aug 1787)

James Iredell – North Carolina Ratifying Convention (1788)

James Otis, Freeborn American (27 Apr 1767)

Thomas Jefferson’s Fair Copy for Kentucky (1798)

Mercy Otis Warren, A Columbian Patriot (1788)

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