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James Otis Jr. – Of the Natural Rights of the Colonists (1764)

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

Samuel Adams – The Rights of the Colonists (1772)

Richard Henry Lee to Patrick Henry (15 Nov 1778)

Brutus No. 8 (10 Jan 1788)

George Mason – Virginia Ratifying Convention (14 June 1788)

James Madison – Political Observations (20 Apr 1795)

St. George Tucker – View of the Constitution of the United States (1803)

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

Episode – Top-5 Threats to Liberty

John Dickinson – Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania VI (1767)

John Dickinson – Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania VII (1767)

John Dickinson – Letter XI

Patrick Henry – Virginia Ratifying Convention (5 June 1788)

John Dickinson – Fabius IV (19 Apr 1788)

Samuel Adams – Candidus, Boston Gazette (14 Oct 1771)

Thomas Paine, The American Crisis IV (12 Sept 1777)

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