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MOLON LABE: NPR Reporter Has No Idea What ‘Come And Take It’ Means. Sunday marked the 181st a…

MOLON LABE: NPR Reporter Has No Idea What ‘Come And Take It’ Means. Sunday marked the 181st anniversary of the Battle of Gonzales, the first military engagement of the Texas Revolution, when Texian militiamen, responding to Mexican soldiers demanding the surrender of a small brass cannon, coined the now-famous battle cry, “Come and Take It!” […]
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