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1925 Supreme Court Changes to the United States Constitution

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The Founding Father's view on Religious Freedom

Founding Fathers view on Religious Freedom

Of primary importance to the Founding Fathers was their belief that all religions should be protected by law whether Christian or non-Christian.  This is the first time that this premise of religious equality had been protected by law, a legal charter or constitution.  The Founding Fathers felt that religious freedom was paramount to the functioning of a moral free society.

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Checks and Balances

Checks and Balances

Our Founding Fathers were fearful of their Federal government becoming abusive to the people.  The accompanying fear of an abusive system of government is a run-a-way government that is not being prudent in how the people’s money is spent.  Due to these fears the Founding Fathers sought ways the central government’s powers could be controlled.  A system of Checks and Balances was established to bridle the activities of the Federal government.

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The Founding Fathers' Constitution

The Founding Fathers' Constitution

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The Law by Frederic Bastiat

The Law by Frederic Bastiat

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