America is more divided today politically, culturally, and economically than at any other time in our history, with the exception of the Civil War. The two major political parties are locked in seemingly perpetual conflict. People judge each other by the color of their skin, not the content of their character. Billionaires build stadium-sized homes while the homeless occupy our cities. Parents and teachers come to blows over who should educate the children. God is banned from the public square and only welcomed in churches on Sundays. Blue America has become the land of woke while red America honors the red, white, and blue.
But history counsels us not to despair. Almost two-and-a-half centuries ago, 39 delegates from 12 states assembled in Philadelphia wrought a