Lion of Liberty
Harlow Unger recounts the life of Patrick Henry, known for his declaration, “give me liberty or give me death.” Patrick Henry was an early advocate of the the decision to declare war against the British and a critical voice against the size of the American government following the Revolution. Mr. Unger examines the political career of the four-term governor of Virginia who declined several positions in the national government, including as a senator, chief justice of the Supreme Court, and secretary of state, due to his steadfast criticism of big government. Harlow Unger discussed his book at Red Hill, The Patrick Henry Memorial in Brookneal, Virginia. close
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