Dickinson: Taking Care of Our Divine Birthright

American Founder, John DickinsonLiberty Letters & They Were Believers, John Dickenson, 1767

But while Divine Providence, that gave me existence in a land of freedom, permits my head to think, my lips to speak, and my hand to move, I shall so highly and gratefully value the blessing received as to take care that my silence and inactivity shall not give my implied assent to any act, degrading my brethren and myself from the birthright, wherewith heaven itself “hath made us free.”


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