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Freedom Is Messy – An Argument Against National Reciprocity
In the early morning hours of April 19, 1775, seventy-seven civilian men and boys known as Minutemen, residents of a tiny village, Lexington, Massachusetts, stood in military formation on their village green. Most historical accounts say they were there as a show of force, albeit a feeble one, or a show of displeasure or insolence.