July 1, 1776, members of the Second Continental Congress cast a solemn, life-threatening, vote. It was treason against the Mother Country, but it in their view it was allegiance to what was right. They pondered the moment in silence. We should too.
Do we still pledge to each other our lives, fortunes, and sacred honor?
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