|What would the
likes of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Franklin and their compatriots think of how we,
the eighth generation since the great struggle for nationhood began with the convening of
the First Continental Congress in 1774, are preserving and protecting their grand ideal
for these United States of British America ? What
lessons can we draw from their vision of a sovereign people? What sort of a society have we become? What roles did their Constitution
intend divided powers, morality and religion to play in a nation governed of the people,
by the people and for the people? What might we expect or, rather, demand of our elected
leaders? And what is our ultimate responsibility in electing them?
||365: A Founding Fathers' Voting Guide
|365 days of timeless
advice from America's first generation to ours.... in words we can all understand. How
might Americas founders confront the issues that challenge us today?