Within what is known as the "patriot resistance movement" that is committed to the restoration of the U.S. Constitution as the supreme law of the land, two schools of thought are emerging that are reminiscent of the days of the Founders in the mid-1700s.
When it was decided that the patriots of that era were dedicated to overthrowing British rule and declaring their independence from the monarchy of King George III, the Founders united around that all-important initial goal. It would be a long war and one that would require all of the energy, sacrifice, and focus that one could muster.
But yet another question remained, looming in the background. What kind of government would be instituted to take the place of the one imposed by Britain on the original 13 colonies?
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