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During the American Revolutionary War, the Congress decided that the country needed a flag to represent the united colonies. British General Howe looked up at Dorchester Heights and remarked, "The rebels did more in one night than my whole army would have done in one month." Compromise was the order of the day according the the conciliatory tone that Franklin often brought to the negotiations of what the Constitution would look like. June 11, 1780 - A new Massachusetts constitution is endorsed asserting "all men are born free and equal," which includes black slaves.

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Soldier- Statesmen of the Constitution

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