Sources & Resources
With civics, it helps to know what a given generation knew or thought of government. For now, we deal with the 1776 generation that founded these united States of America.
Two works particularly stand out as frequently referenced during the 1776 generation of people wanting to break free of British ties. Locke & de Vattel. These two links take you to the their work without my comments.John Locke with his Second Treaties on Government Emer de Vattel with is work on The Law of Nations
These next two links take you to a page with several sets of digitized older dictionaries and then to a page with hundreds of screenshots of many words used in the documents in the next section.Older Dictionaries
Glossary of Old Words
These next links take you to a pages with the entire text of several social contracts; some replaced by the ballot, some replaced by the bullet.The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America; The Articles of Confederation The Definitive Treaty of Peace The Constitution for the United States of America The Constitution for the Confederate States of America
These two links take you into the future. We can have something very similar or better than here.Proposed New Constitution Proposed Government Projects & Programs
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