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The History Of Western Constitutional Thought

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 8, 2001 00:27:10 UTC

Hooray for that. Various parts of Europe, especially, contributed and it was a hard assembly requiring many centuries. I venture that in ancient and rennaissance times, there were many persons rational enough to
install a system as enlightened as today's American Constitution but the majority were muddleheaded enough to thwart them.

Some religionists and athiests who have been members of giant group systems might not realize for a while until their brainwashing wears off
that there is no group brain, so there can be no group mind with the level of integrity and coherence inherent in one individual's mind, potentially.

The history of western Constitutional thought
contains many object lessons which
should be a mandatory understanding
for conservatives and liberals both.

In our country, this is only enforceable by
subtle means, like not engaging their babble
as if it is just as valid as anyone ele's ideas.

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