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Come and take it. The phrase emanates power and instantly places images of courage, character, and a refusal to quit, regardless of circumstance. It is the warrior's rally cry. Thermopylae. The Battle of Fort Morris during the Revolutionary War in 1778. The Battle of Gonzalez which started the Texas Revolution for Independence from Mexico in 1835. Each event had the same story. An overwhelming force stood in front of a small band of men. Men who should have known only fear, men who had no chance of victory, men who common sense demanded should comply and told them to lay down their arms and surrender. But these men understood that to lay down one's arms, to remove one's ability to defend himself, is an implicit dissolution of freedom.
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