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Prized Possession

I was honored to have my piece on the Reverend James Maury and Patrick Henry published in this year’s Journal of the American Revolution.  It was a landmark case — even in Virginia colonial law — that laid the groundwork for Thomas Jefferson’s Statute for Religious Freedom and what became the First Amendment Published by Westholme from Yardley, Pa., this is a collection of selected essays from the most accessible site on the American Revolution — allthingsliberty.com.  The site is free and provocative. I receive no royalties from the book, but consider it a prized possession.

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