The Constitution Needs a Good Party: Good Government Comes from Good Boundaries

The Constitution Needs a Good Party: Good Government Comes from Good Boundaries

by James Anthony

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Overview

America's individual freedom changed the world. Now, our government is out of control. We need representatives who use their constitutional powers against others in government. To get them, sustainably, we need to build a good party, with a party declaration, constitution, and caucuses. Here's how. It's the one solution; and a quick read.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948177009
Publisher: NEUWOEHNER PRESS
Publication date: 11/22/2018
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

James Anthony has spent his career researching proven solutions and reusing them for new applications. A chemical engineer with a master's degree in mechanical engineering, he lives in St. Peters, Missouri.

Table of Contents

Preface

Part 1: A Good Party

1 Tails Wag Dog

2 Nation’s Structure Is Best Model for Party’s Structure

3 Nation’s Name Is Best Model for Party’s Name

4 Nation’s Declaration Is Best Model for Party’s Declaration

5 Nation’s Constitution Is Best Model for Party’s Constitution

6 Prior Parties’ Lawlessness Is Best Guide on Party’s Laws

7 Party’s Processes Teach Nation’s Processes

8 Party’s Firm Boundaries Define Contours of Transition

9 Build to Last

10 Note on Next Steps for Individuals

Part 2: USA Constitution

I Legislative

II Executive

III Judicial

IV States

V Amendment

VI Supreme-Law Support

VII Ratification

1 Religion and Speech

2 Arms

3 Quartering

4 Searches and Seizures

5 Life, Liberty, and Property

6 Criminal Procedures

7 Civil Procedures

8 Bail and Punishments

9 People’s Rights

10 States’ and People’s Powers

11 Suits against States

12 Presidential Election

13 Slavery Abolition

14 Former-Slave Protection

15 Former-Slave Voting

16 National Income Tax

17 Senator Election

18 Prohibition

19 Women Voting

20 Presidential Succession

21 Prohibition Repeal

22 Presidential Term Limit

23 DC Presidential Electors

24 Poll Tax

25 Presidential Incapacity

26 Age 18 Voting

27 Congressional Compensation

Part 3: USA Declaration of Independence

References

Index

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