Few today know the name Tench Coxe, but at the time of the founding, he was famous. He wrote prolifically about the individual, natural right to keep and bear arms, the structure of the republic – and much more.

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The post Forgotten Founder: Tench Coxe first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.

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