Tuesday, May 15, 2007


This Day in American History

On this day in 1765, the Quartering Act became law in the American colonies, requiring colonists to provide barracks and supplies for British troops. If this didn't lead to the revolution a decade later, it certainly led to the Third Amendment, my new favorite, because it proves that even the genius which produced our Constitution was not all seeing.


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