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Federal Convention, Philadelphia in 1787
Debates that Government has no other end
Sovereign States, Articles of Confederation
To remedy defects, revise the Federal System
Form, establish, ensure, provide, promote
Secure, ordain & establish this Constitution
More perfect system, ratify the People's Will
Eden, Erewhon, Utopia, Oceania, Leviathan
Intelligent definition of the Word Government
Federalists & Antifederalists, Op-ed Dialogue
Portius, TIME, 2nd Wednesday of January next
Free Member, Free Community, Bill of Rights
Necessary or not for a System of Government
Governed by Reason, not duped by intrigues
Democracy as a Notion within its Institutions
A Republic for which these Institutions stand
The Rational as Actual, the Actual as Rational
Nor shall Congress abridge the Citizens' Voice
Vigilant, Courageous, Ethical & Independent Press
The Herald of Freedom publishes Oracles of Liberty
National Convention, Virtual 2022, & be it resolved
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Submitted by 1PoetUSA on April 27, 2022

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