by Daniel Whyte III
with Daniel Whyte IV
What if the founding fathers signed another document?
Some delegates to the Second Continental Congress were worried that the new form of government forged by the American states could one day be corrupted just as the government of England had been corrupted and used to oppress the people. Thus, before the Declaration of Independence could be signed, they insisted that another document be drawn up - one that would give the people the right and the means to overthrow an unrighteous government.
This document was written, signed, sealed away, and forgotten about.