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The Constitution of the United States of America; The Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation By Benjamin Franklin et al.
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Anthology of the most important documents of the United States of America especially formatted for digital readers with linked articles and amendments and also with The Constitutional Dictionary. *... More > The Constitution of the United States of America, with the Bill of Rights and all of the Amendments; * The Declaration of Independence; * The Articles of Confederation; * The Port of Boston Act DRM-Free edition. Table of Contents: 1. The Declaration of Independence 2. The Constitution of the United States 3. The Boston Port Act 4. The Articles of Confederation 5. Extras 1. Misspellings in the U.S. Constitution 2. Constitutional Amendments Process 3. Constitutional Topic: Ratification Conventions 4. The Constitutional Dictionary< Less
Letters of "His Excellency": Constructing George Washington's Road to the Constitutional Convention By Geoffrey Dietrich
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A national hero retired in 1783 from the stormy sea of politics, but less than four years later, he was the central figure in the most important convention in our country’s history. ... More > Washington’s letters and writings during his retirement years provide the answer to why Washington returned to lead our country. George Washington wrote prolifically to other national figures like John Jay, Henry Knox, and James Madison. He expressed his fears and concerns most openly during his conversations between these men and it shows his dedication to remaining retired, his opposition to power seeking, and how Shays’s Rebellion in Massachusetts affected him. Washington was not a coquettish power seeker, but a retired hero hoping to enjoy the remainder of his life. The letters to “His Excellency” George Washington brought a tired soldier back from retirement.< Less
Letters of "His Excellency": Constructing George Washington's Road to the Constitutional Convention By Geoffrey Dietrich
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A national hero retired in 1783 from the stormy sea of politics, but less than four years later, he was the central figure in the most important convention in our country’s history. ... More > Washington’s letters and writings during his retirement years provide the answer to why Washington returned to lead our country. George Washington wrote prolifically to other national figures like John Jay, Henry Knox, and James Madison. He expressed his fears and concerns most openly during his conversations between these men and it shows his dedication to remaining retired, his opposition to power seeking, and how Shays’s Rebellion in Massachusetts affected him. Washington was not a coquettish power seeker, but a retired hero hoping to enjoy the remainder of his life. The letters to “His Excellency” George Washington brought a tired soldier back from retirement.< Less
The Anti-Federalist Papers; and, the Constitutional Convention Debates Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Anti-Federalist Papers; and, the Constitutional Convention Debates Study Guide consists of approx. 37 pages of summaries and analysis on The Anti-Federalist Papers; and, the Constitutional... More > Convention Debates by .< Less
Plea for the Constitution By William Huff
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Historian George Bancroft set out, "To set the subject [The LAWFUL Monetary Principles of the Constitution] in the clearest light, it will be proper to trace the history of American bills of... More > credit until they were abolished by Massachusetts and Connecticut; to revive the memory of the great struggle for their suppression by the separate colonies or states to the end of 1786; and to ascertain what decision on paper money was made by the constitutional convention, and accepted, one by one, by every state. It will then be the time to examine the new interpretation of the constitution by the present [late 1880s] court; and ask after the defenses of the people against the revolution with which they are threatened." Doubtless, Mr. Bancroft would drive a stake into the heart of the Federal Reserve System if he were alive today! Without the boldface lies of the Supreme Court we would not be under such Monetary Tyranny! This chronology of the complete destruction of our monetary system is indispensable.< Less
Plea for the Constitution By William Huff
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Historian George Bancroft set out, "To set the subject [The LAWFUL Monetary Principles of the Constitution] in the clearest light, it will be proper to trace the history of American bills of... More > credit until they were abolished by Massachusetts and Connecticut; to revive the memory of the great struggle for their suppression by the separate colonies or states to the end of 1786; and to ascertain what decision on paper money was made by the constitutional convention, and accepted, one by one, by every state. It will then be the time to examine the new interpretation of the constitution by the present [late 1880s] court; and ask after the defenses of the people against the revolution with which they are threatened." Doubtless, Mr. Bancroft would drive a stake into the heart of the Federal Reserve System if he were alive today! Without the boldface lies of the Supreme Court we would not be under such Monetary Tyranny! This chronology of the complete destruction of our monetary system is indispensable.< Less
TABOOS and TOTEMS: Biased Conventions To Be Challenged By Jean Ovide Bourdeau
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We are all subjected to accept prepackaged beliefs to a lesser or greater degree by the society to which we belong – including the smaller groups constituting it, once we become a member of a... More > such social unit. While without a doubt several are necessary elements in the form of temporary taboos and totems to form the membrane of cohesion essential to societal constitution and continuity, many among them, however, are permanently prejudicial to the sane functioning of an ethical society generally and the individuals constituting it particularly. That is why: It is our duty as sane individuals to question all unproven claims or mythologies imposed upon us – whatever form it takes. It is part of our 'Inalienable Individual Rights'.< Less
Essays on the Constitution of the United States By Paul Leicester Ford
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Contains the original work of Paul Ford. I have added several pieces to the work, such as the letters of Brutus, A Democratic Federalist and other founding fathers. I also added the veto letter of... More > President Andrew Jackson which I believe is important and is relevant to our situation today.< Less
Essays on the Constitution of the United States By Paul Leicester Ford
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Contains the original work of Paul Ford. I have added several pieces to the work, such as the letters of Brutus, A Democratic Federalist and other founding fathers. I also added the veto letter of... More > President Andrew Jackson which I believe is important and is relevant to our situation today.< Less
Constitution of the State of South Carolina By State of South Carolina
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We, the people of the State of South Carolina, in Convention assembled, grateful to God for our liberties, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the preservation and perpetuation of the same.