Yes. The Founding Fathers were very influenced by the Enlightenment movement, especially by the philosopher John Locke. John Locke defended the idea that every one of us has natural rights, these natural rights are life, liberty, and property. The role of the government is defending those rights and make possible for them to be accomplished. Once the government fails to do so, people have the right to rebel against this government and form a new one that defends these rights. Because of that, the Founding Fathers justified the rebellion against the British.
A) Homes where people hid escaping slaves. The reason why i say this is the answer is because they had hiding places at private homes, churches, and schoolhouses. These were called either STATIONS, safe houses, and/or depots.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the trigger that set off the Great War. Franz Ferdinand was the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary. He was assassinated on 28 June 1914 by terrorists from one of Austria-Hungary's rival powers, Serbia.