America’s Floundering Fathers
They wanted to start a revolution, not win Parent of the Year.
It’s hard work, this whole making-a-country thing: winning a revolution, establishing a government, writing a constitution. For some of America’s founding fathers, that meant family didn’t always come first. For others, it meant having a legacy to uphold—raising a new generation of American presidents to follow in their footsteps. And for one founding father, it meant no children at all.