Patrick Henry Fears For America If She Loses Her Virtue

Patrick Henry is thought of today as a loud yet eloquent promoter of what today’s libertarians call “liberty” as though that ideal of freedom from oppressive States is in concert with today’s lust for no State. In one of Henry’s final acts of devotion to his countrymen he wrote a letter to Archibald Blair laying out his fears for the young union’s future.

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PREVIEW: Patrick Henry worries about the future under the Constitution if men forget their virtues

Product Description  –  We Americans spend most of our days as the “political animals” Aristotle said we were and we do this at the expense of conversation and life that is lived and not thought about, complained about or dreaded. In the writings of 18th & 19th century men including the Founding Fathers we find a common current running through their rich rivers: a firm eye always cast on the almighty; a sense of humility brought on by the awe The One commanded in their order. We can almost feel their dread for the future they have set in motion, that events will turn for the worse and make men more worse in the eyes The Statesman.

Patrick Henry is thought of today as a loud yet eloquent promoter of what today’s libertarians call “liberty” as though that ideal of freedom from oppressive States is in concert with today’s lust for no State. In one of Henry’s final acts of devotion to his countrymen he wrote a letter to Archibald Blair laying out his fears for the young union’s future and what he thought would be its key to longevity and happiness on the one hand or its ignorance leading to despotism on the other. – Mike Church

=============About Project ’76=================

Mandeville, LA – Popular radio talk show host & acclaimed writer/producer/director Mike Church (Road to Independence-The Movie) announced the launch of his latest initiative in American history based entertainment: Project ‘76™.

Project ‘76™ will employ the talents of Church as writer & director as well as the voice talents of Jean Hetherington and Steve Cook (Spirit of ’76, What Lincoln Killed) two of the voice industry’s best talents. “The concept of Project ‘76™ is very simple” Church said “we will take our already extensive collection of letters, speeches, debates and public acts from the Project ‘76™ timeline of 1765-1865 and dramatize them for audio delivery via mp3 digital downloads. Think of it as iTunes™ for American History buffs.”