Chapter 1: "Those who advocate moral absolutes, such as thou shall not steal, murder or tell lies, are not prudes. Morality is the backbone for the rule of law."
Chapter 10: James Madison Essay, "Although all men are born free, and all nations might be so, yet too true it is, that slavery has been the general lot of the human race. Ignorant-they have been cheated; asleep-they have been surprised; divided-the yoke has been forced upon them. But what is the lesson? That because the people may betray themselves, they ought to give themselves up, blindfold, to those who have an interest in betraying them? Rather conclude that the people ought to be enlightened, to be awakened, to be united." James Madison was the fourth president of the United States. He wrote a third of the Federalist Papers, considered to be the most influential commentary on the Constitution. Madison also wrote the first ten amendments to the Constitution.