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The 3 CD sets from Founding Father Films

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Road To Independence 2 CD AUDIO Set – The Story of The Founding Fathers

$24.95

Finally, the entire story of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and the Founding Fathers can be told, in the glorious manner that we started out to tell it in. Re-mixed and beautifully mastered, the events of 1776 will sound as though you are living them in your home car or Independence Day Celebration. The Original Soundtrack is inspiring and Patriotic and the sounds of the Battle of Bunker Hill will make you duck for cover.

Spirit of ’76 3 CD Audio Set-The Founding Fathers Write & Ratify The Constitution

$29.95

Why did Patrick Henry Oppose The Constitution!? Find out in The Spirit of ’76”. The real story of the Founding Fathers writing and ratifying the Constitution!From the debates in Independence Hall to the knock down drag-out fight for ratification it’s all here!

Spirit of ’76 LE -Signed, Numbered 4 Disc Collectors Set

$99.95

In 2012, the United States of America is looking for answers about our future. In 1776, we were given all the tools to guide us.

The Spirit of ’76 – The Story Continues-The Founding Fathers Debate the 2nd Amendment

$11.99

The greatest story NEVER told finally gets an extension! Patrick Henry, George Mason and other VA patriots are heroically trying to stop ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Why? find out in This Feature!

The Times That Try Mens Souls

$29.95

2 CD disc set (audio) packaged in a beautifully designed DVD case with 8 page pull out insert booklet including track list, making of essay by Mike Church, Times That Try Men’s Souls compleat Timeline and 18th/19th century artwork of the real-life cast.

Times That Try Mens Souls Limited Edition

$49.95

The story of the events that led to George Washington’s Crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day, 1776

What Lincoln Killed-EPISODE 1 The Founders Plan to Nullify & Secede

$31.95

What would the Founders do about ObamaCare? Thomas Jefferson & James Madison’s answer is Nullification, while others would say secession. Learn the entertaining history and constitutionality of all 3 in What Lincoln Killed-EPISODE I.

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