Every Face on Mt. Rushmore: Libertarian Party Candidate Gary Johnson Battling For Media Coverage
Founding Fathers articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Founding Fathers were political leaders and statesmen who participated in the American Revolution by signing the Declaration of Independence and establishing the Constitution. Also see our articles on revolutionary Thomas Paine.
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Fourth of July Independence Day in America at the White House and a Great Early European Map
What Would James Madison Think? Political Fighting Over Election Law is Something That Was Common in Madison’s Time
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness (for Europeans): A democratic government can be formed of the Europeans, by the Europeans and for the Europeans – and the world would be a much better place as a result.
Really Democratic Foreign Policy: When Immanuel Kant and Thomas Paine wrote of democracy in the days of the American Revolution, they did so based on a belief that democratic countries would avoid war with each other. Let it be so.
A More Complete Quote from Common Sense: Russia and several other countries now in protest for democracy, I think it would help to read a longer version of the quotation of Paine’s work