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David Shestokas

From Amazon: Dave crafts such a great story. His material always centers around a group of people unparalleled in the annals of human history—the Framers—and in particular, Thomas Jefferson. Personally, I consider Jefferson the greatest pure human to ever walk the planet (recall Christ was both human AND devine). I am always humbled when reading about the intellect, integrity, and honor of these great men and wish we had individuals 1/10 of this caliber to lead our once great nation now. In his book, Dave weaves together the events leading up to the creation of one of our sacred founding documents. He places the reader in the midst of the actions and thoughts of the Framers and provides a “worm’s eye” view of the events that took place in the days leading up to July 4, 1776. For people who care about the birth of America and want to learn how and why it all came about, this book is an excellent resource. Tom Scott

David Shestokas

From Amazon Wow, what an original idea? Hollywood should snap it up for a docu-drama, or they should make an episode on "Timeless" about those people who revisit the past. And it turns out that attorney David Shestokas is apparently a huge expert on the Declaration of Independence. This is a fascinating (and unknown) bit of our history, presented in a fascinating way. I like it. Art Cronos


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Creating the Declaration of Independence let's you into the minds of Richard Henry Lee, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson in the weeks before July 4, 1776. Experience Lee's trepidation as he knows when he proposes American Independence to the Second Continental Congress that he is literally risking beheading. Join Adams and Jefferson at City Tavern as they begin crafting the Declaration and follow the story of how Jefferson came to reluctantly draft the Declaration when few others, including Adams thought that Jefferson's assignment was important. You'll even learn a shortcut Jefferson used to craft a document of such immortality on such short notice.


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