After the Collapse of America: The Democratic Republic of America
The citizens of America are irrevocably split between Democratic socialists, who desire a global socialist nation, and natural rights conservatives, who want nothing to do with socialism.
There are no shared cultural values that bind the citizens into a common national mission.
In the absence of shared cultural values, there is no force that compels voluntary obedience of citizens to the rule of law.
Madison's concept of the American Representative Republic collapsed, for the same reasons as the Roman and Greek republics.
This book describes the strategy for natural rights conservatives to create the new Democratic Republic of America that re-connects the new constitution to the principles of liberty in the American Declaration of Independence.
About the Author
GABBY Press is the publishing company of The Citizens Liberty Party News Network. The Gabby website is owned by Laurie Thomas Vass, the General Partner, and author of books at Gabby Press and of articles at CLPnewsnetwork.com.
She is a regional economist and a constitutional economist. Her political ideology is natural rights conservative.
She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with an undergraduate degree in Political Science and a Masters degree in Regional Planning.
She was a solo practitioner registered investment advisor for 30 years. She was cited by Peter Tanous, in The Wealth Equation, as one of the top 100 private money managers in the nation.
She is the inventor and holder of a research method patent on selecting technology stocks for investment.
Method of Identifying A Universe of Stocks for Inclusion Into An Investment Portfolio
United States Patent 7,251,627
Vass July 31, 2007
The method explained in her patent is based upon her theory of how technology evolves.
She is the author of 12 books and over 130 scholarly articles on the Social Science Research Network author platform, and is currently ranked in the top 1.1% of over 580,000 economic authors, worldwide, on the SSRN platform.
In addition to her interest in economics, she also has an interest in North Carolina history and public policy issues. Many of her articles and books about North Carolina are archived in the Carolina Collection at Wilson Library at UNC.
She has an interest in the topic of entrepreneurship. One of her early economic research papers, written for the North Carolina Department of Labor, included the policy guidelines for creating what eventually became The North Carolina Council For Entrepreneurial Development.
Prior to starting her investment advisory company, she was a regional economist and advisor to the Board of Directors of B.C. Hydro, and also served as an economic advisor to the N. C. Commissioner of Labor. She learned the retail stock trade as a broker, at E. F. Hutton.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Re-connecting the Constitution of the Democratic Republic of America to Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence.
Chapter 2. Individual Rights and the Promotion of the Sovereign National Economic Interest.
Chapter 3. The National Judiciary of the Democratic Republic of America.
Chapter 4. The Political Party and Election Rules of the Democratic Republic of America.
Chapter 5. The Restoration of State Sovereignty In the Democratic Republic of America.
Chapter 6. The President’s Responsibilities in Defending National Sovereignty and the Natural Rights of Individuals.
Chapter 7. Eliminating Corporate Corruption In the Natural Rights Republic.
Chapter 8. Slavery, Racism and Secession.
Chapter 9. Crossing the Rubicon to Create the Democratic Republic of America.
Chapter 10. Correcting Madison's FlawedRules of Ratification.
Chapter 11. The Democratic Republic of America.
Chapter 12. The Constitution of the Democratic Republic of America.