Comment: The Founding Generation is not Homogeneous

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The Founding Generation is not Homogeneous

The Founding Generation is not one homogeneous group, thus blanketing them as such is illogical and absurd.

For example, Mr. Hamilton was an absolute tyrant, who favored empire an all powerful central government, detested individual and state sovereignty and advocated for king-like executive that served for life.

Some were slave holders, and some were staunch abolitionists such as Adams, Dickenson, and Franklin in his later years.

You may find it useful to examine your desire to see people as collectives, devoid of individual characteristics, as it is in direct conflict with Natural Liberty.

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