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South Carolina has always been the first in the South to lead. We have never allowed other states to dictate our resolve and we have always been ready to defend it.
One need only to remember the American Revolution, when the British thought South Carolina would be an easy fight:
Ten British ships with 318 cannon opened fire on a tiny fort in Charleston called Fort Moultrie.
Inside were just 344 Continental soldiers with a handful of militia, 30 cannons and a number of South Carolina’s best sharpshooters.
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