Do you know the reasons why America split from Britain in 1776? Do you know what each branch of the American government is and isn’t allowed to do? Do you know your rights as an American citizen? Most Americans don’t. And that’s why we’re in this mess. If you don’t know what our founding documents say, then how can you uphold America’s founding principles? How can you defend your rights?
Did you know that the U.S. Constitution is the oldest active constitution in the world? More than 100 countries around the world have used it as a model for their own constitutions. The Preamble to the Declaration of Independence—starting with “We hold these truths to be self-evident . . .”—has been the jumping-off point for almost every statement of human rights ever since. If everyone else in the world thinks these documents are so important, why does it seem like Americans have no idea what they say?
The Pocket Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States is designed to help you put an end to the historical ignorance that presently endangers our freedom, our way of life, and even the future of America. This book puts our founding documents together in one handy, convenient volume. Study it. Then take some around with you, hand them out to friends and strangers, and start conversations.
The designs of tyranny haven’t changed much in the past two hundred and fifty years, so the original blueprints for American liberty are still vitally important. If you want to drink even more deeply at the well of liberty, you should also check out our new Pocket Patriot Pack. We’ve bundled together a number of conveniently-sized booklets perfect to inform and equip the modern American freedom-fighter.