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Tony Flitcraft: The olden days

Tony Flitcraft

King James I, of England, didn’t have to expend his time and energy running for office; he was king by Divine Right. Consequently, he had the time to translate the Bible into 17th century English.

The Pilgrims, on the other hand, had to fend for themselves in the new world – no town manager or planners, no Main Street beautification consultants, no affordable housing or open space committees … and no tourists and second home owner tax payers to pay for it all!

How did our society ever get started and survive without our modern governmental amenities?

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