Today in History: Patrick Henry's immortal words on liberty (1775)

John Robson reports, it was on March 23 of 1775, urging Virginia to join the armed rebellion against tyrannical British rule, Patrick Henry gave his speech ending with the immortal words “Give me liberty or give me death.” MORE: https://www.therebel.media/today_in_history_patrick_henry_delivers_immortal_words_on_liberty_1775
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