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An Article by Article, Section by Section, explanation of the United States Constitution based squarely on its own text. This guide is intended to help the reader become familiar with the Constitutional structure and limitations of American government and to dispel common and pervasive misunderstandings and misconceptions of both. It is a guide for understanding and applic An Article by Article, Section by Section, explanation of the United States Constitution based squarely on its own text. This guide is intended to help the reader become familiar with the Constitutional structure and limitations of American government and to dispel common and pervasive misunderstandings and misconceptions of both. It is a guide for understanding and application, to uphold and defend the United States Constitution.When you read and understand the Constitution, you will find: - At the start, a deliberate structure of divided and limited government power.- Democracy was never part of the plan, but recognition and protection of individual rights were.- That partisan politics running the system is the real problem with elections, especially electing the President. The Constitution and its system of Electors are not to blame.- There is no method of "incorporating" provisions of this Constitution onto the States.- 4 men considered to be past Presidents never actually were.- Congress has gained more power in choosing the President, including collusion with the Vice President to remove the sitting President.- Federal power grew almost exponentially over the 20th Century.- Of the 34 Articles, the last 14 have done more shifting of power away from original intent, away from the States, than anything.- Even after those Articles, the Federal Government claims more power than what it is Constitutionally allowed.


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An Article by Article, Section by Section, explanation of the United States Constitution based squarely on its own text. This guide is intended to help the reader become familiar with the Constitutional structure and limitations of American government and to dispel common and pervasive misunderstandings and misconceptions of both. It is a guide for understanding and applic An Article by Article, Section by Section, explanation of the United States Constitution based squarely on its own text. This guide is intended to help the reader become familiar with the Constitutional structure and limitations of American government and to dispel common and pervasive misunderstandings and misconceptions of both. It is a guide for understanding and application, to uphold and defend the United States Constitution.When you read and understand the Constitution, you will find: - At the start, a deliberate structure of divided and limited government power.- Democracy was never part of the plan, but recognition and protection of individual rights were.- That partisan politics running the system is the real problem with elections, especially electing the President. The Constitution and its system of Electors are not to blame.- There is no method of "incorporating" provisions of this Constitution onto the States.- 4 men considered to be past Presidents never actually were.- Congress has gained more power in choosing the President, including collusion with the Vice President to remove the sitting President.- Federal power grew almost exponentially over the 20th Century.- Of the 34 Articles, the last 14 have done more shifting of power away from original intent, away from the States, than anything.- Even after those Articles, the Federal Government claims more power than what it is Constitutionally allowed.

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