Forget everything the government-run schools taught you about the “pursuit of happiness.” The Founders had a far more radical understanding – something most history lessons miss or completely ignore. In this episode, we’ll unlock this message in the Declaration of Independence, the way the founders intended.

Path to Liberty: June 17, 2024

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Show Archives

Maharrey – Pursuit of Happiness: “We Cannot be Happy without Being Free”

John Locke – An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding (1690)

Burlamaqui – The Principles of Natural and Politic Law (1751)

Virginia Declaration of Rights (12 June 1776)

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

John Dickinson – A North American – Address to the Committee of Correspondence in Barbados (1766)

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

Arthur Lee – An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present dispute with America (1775)

John Adams – Discourses on Davila (1790)

James Madison – Property (1792)

John Jay – Address to the People of Great Britain (21 Oct 1774)

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

James Otis, Jr. – The Rights of the British Colonies Asserted and Proved (1763)

Episode – Locke vs Spooner on Consent of the Governed

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