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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Free North Carolina: The Declaration of Independence#comment-form

Free North Carolina: The Declaration of Independence#comment-form
The Declaration of Independence

On 2 August 1776 the delegates to the Continental Congress began adding their signatures to the Declaration of Independence. Each signer knew that he was also signing his own death warrant for high treason, should the states lose their war for independence. Wonder who would sign today, knowing that?

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