William345 Wrote:
Nov 17, 2012 1:51 PM
hey Ken ol pal.... It was in a letter to William B. Giles on Dec. 26, 1825, that Jefferson addressed the issue after participating in the fight over separation from England, the rise of a new nation and the tribulations it faced in its first decades.In a letter marked “not intended for the public eye,” Jefferson wrote that states “should separate from our companions only when the sole alternatives left, are the dissolution of our Union with them, or submission to a government without limitation of powers.” He continued, “Between these two evils, when we must make a choice, there can be no hesitation.” we do have the right of succession , with the two partys destroying the republic ,im for it now !