King without a kingdom

We Americans once had a king named George. George had some issues with our ancestors, who came here in the first place because things weren’t perfect for them in England. They bore with the monarchy for a while. But because we were separated by an ocean, George couldn’t control us as much as he would have liked. We didn’t lie down and roll over. We weren’t that Kind of people.

When our people were finally fed up with being taken to the cleaners with no representatives speaking on their behalf, they rebelled.

After lots of debate, disagreement and then compromise, 56 men from the 13 colonies signed the Declaration of Independence. They formed the Continental Congress, and

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