America’s beloved and distinguished first president is hunted down by Gen. C.P. "Mad Dog" Ehrlichmann from aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. Ehrlichmann must use every weapon in his arsenal to capture the dangerous insurgent, dead or alive. In this work of short fiction, author Antonio J. Hopson blends speculative fiction, historical fiction, and narrative force to imagine what it would be like if our nation's forefathers were attacked by the world’s most deadly war machine: The United States of America. Washington, Franklin, and Revere are insurgent foes pursued by Allied Forces. Their actions lead to instability in the troubled colonies, marred by guerrilla tactics, sabotage, and collateral damage. The Battle of Boston (April 19, 1775 – March 17, 1776) is recounted by an embedded reporter, who pens a stark, first-person reflection of America’s war on terror/war on itself. Liberty is at stake. Join or die.