The President's Advisory 1776 Commission Report
Get to Know Your History
We know that the history of the United States is being rewritten by Marxist traitors determined to weaken us, right? If you don’t know that, it’s time for a history lesson.
The argument doesn’t begin or end at the 1619 Project, but it does end with an American citizenry who understands her history better than those who seek to destroy her. That is the purpose for the 1776 Commission Report, available for download below.
The 1619 Project is only the latest in the line of historical revisionists. The organization is peddling to our schools the belief that America was founded on slavery in 1619. That is, that the evil of slavery (and yes, it’s evil) and white supremacy was integral to the development of our country, established in our Constitution, and that the only way to cure our society is to reject the founding documents and replace them with socialism or Marxism.
The first Americans to come from Europe fled religious persecution. They were poor Christians seeking freedom for their families and had VERY few possessions, and NO slaves.
Oh, but the native American tribes had slaves. Other European settlers who still considered themselves subjects of those countries brought slaves and indentured servants with them, to the horror and disappointment of those original settlers.
When the United States came into being, the Founding Fathers owned slaves, but they hated the institution, and struggled deeply with possibilities of abolition. However, they were still subjects of a foreign king. Until the new government was established, no personal belief could be made law, so no abolitionist movement would be permanent.
The Declaration of Independence states, “All men are created equal” they couldn’t compel the abolition of slavery immediately because they had to make common cause with slave-owning states to hold the union together. The plan was to implement it gradually.
“The compromises at the Constitutional Convention were just that: compromises. The three-fifths compromise was proposed by an antislavery delegate to prevent the South from counting their slaves as whole persons for purposes of increasing their congressional representation. “
It took decades to stop the importation of slaves, to weaken the trade, and to build a cultural shift under which the elimination of slavery became possible. Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin was instrumental, along with various stories from the Underground Railroad, speeches of Frederick Douglas, and failure of John Brown’s rebellion and so on.
The Republican party was founded to defeat slavery, and before it’s first President, Abraham Lincoln, assumed the office, the Southern states seceded and fired on Fort Sumter, setting off the bloody “war among the states” that would ultimately end slavery and save the union.
There are many ugly incidents before and after, but the United States’ commitment to living up to its founding ideals remains. As the 1776 Commission says, we must stand up for the truth of our country.
Download Your Copy of the 1776 Report
The Biden administration wants you ignorant, cowed, and bitter. He’s already taken down the official 1776 Report.
We don’t have to settle for the Fraudulency.
“In order to build up a healthy, united citizenry, scholars, students, and all Americans must reject false and fashionable ideologies that obscure facts, ignore historical context, and tell America’s story solely as one of oppression and victimhood rather than one of imperfection but also unprecedented achievement toward freedom, happiness, and fairness for all.”
Here’s the PDF download
“Throughout our history, our heroes—men and women, young and old, black and white, of many faiths and from all parts of the world—have changed America for the better not by abandoning these truths, but by appealing to them. Upon these universal ideals, they built a great nation, unified a strong people, and formed a beautiful way of life worth defending.”
The document covers a great deal of ground in a short time, identifying the political and philosophical challenges the USA faces as it restores its belief in itself. It also includes a copy of The declaration of independence and excellent articles on:
If you have other quality sources for building up our American culture, please let me know.
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