September is American Founders Month, a month designated to celebrate the men and women who helped form the United States through their writings and work.
They were the voices that led our fledgling country to revolution and out the other side to create a government directed by the people.
In 1776, England and its 13 colonies in North America were not getting along. King George III and Parliament had imposed taxes on everything from sugar to newspapers in the colonies to pay off England’s debts.
Read the full article in the Sept. 10 issue of the Navarre Press.