Jan 032014

“The public money of this country is the toil and labor of the people, who are under many uncommon difficulties and distresses at this time, so that all reasonable frugality ought to be observed. And we would recommend particularly, the strictest care and the utmost firmness to prevent all unconstitutional draughts upon the public treasury.” Braintree Instructions (September 24, 1765) 

Please take a moment to consider how the colonists reacted to the actions of those in power over them. We have much to learn from their experience…..

Susan C. Rempel, Ph.D. 


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