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"Taxation, meet Representation."
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"You know, the idea of taxation with representation doesn't appeal to me very much, either."
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"Have you any regrets, Captain Hale? Our readers would like to know."
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Unexpected Help for the Colonists at the Boston Tea Party
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"Of course, we'd make better time if we weren't towing the press barge."
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"Hmm...Not quite, Betsy, but the stripes are a good start."
Betsy Ross shows George Washington a variety of Stars & Stripes designs
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"It's sad really. Hard living and bad investments have taken their toll, but back in the 80's he was a big deal flag model."
"The British are probably coming, but it's been a busy week and they aren't feeling a hundred per cent and they'll text later."
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'Are those colonists nuts? -- taxation without representation is part of our cultural heritage!'
The Boston Tea Party
"Anachronism or not, it just ain't the fourth without the ribs and Willie Nelson."
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''Consent of the governed'? -- that could be a deal-breaker.'
Drifters Inn: Washington had insomnia here.
''The consent of the governed'? -- that could be a deal-breaker.'
"Just remember. . . one if by land, two if by sea. . .one if by land, two if by sea. . .Dang!"
"Mrs. Ross, may I make a suggestion?"
'Paul! The British are coming! You have to go spread the word!'
'Betsy Ross knitted it for me.'
'Remember, one if by land, two if by sea.'
"...Therefore, all men are created equal."
"My paper is on Paul Revere's famous ride form the standpoint of media impact across select stages of the colonial decision-making process."