Our Lives, Our Fortunes and Our Sacred Honor
Richard Beeman talked about his book, Our Lives, Our Fortunes and Our Sacred Honor, in which he explores the political and social landscape of the United States between the meeting of the Continental Congress on September 5, 1774 and the declaration of independence from Britain in July 1776. The author said that an independent nation was not a certain option for most colonists and talked about how political leaders, over the course of 22 months, reversed popular thinking. Richard Beeman spoke at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. close
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