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If my acceptance of the office of Governor would serve my country, though my administration would be attended with the loss of personal credit and reputation, I would cheerfully undertake it.
No man in America ever strove more, and more successfully first to bring about a Congress in 1765, and then to support it ever afterwards than myself.
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February 16, 1724
August 28, 1805
Christopher Gadsden was the principal leader of the South Carolina Patriot movement during the American Revolution and a soldier and politician from South Carolina.
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