Reclaiming The Spirit of 1776: Jettisoning Madison’s Constitution in Order to Connect the Declaration to a Nation of Independent Producers in an Entrepreneurial Capitalist Economy.

Episode 69.  February8, 2021.

Reclaiming The Spirit of 1776: Jettisoning Madison’s Constitution in Order to Connect the Declaration to a Nation of Independent Producers in an Entrepreneurial Capitalist Economy.

I am Laurie Thomas Vass, and this podcast is a copyrighted production of the CLP News Network. www.clpnewsnetwork.com.

We begin our advocacy of creating a new constitution with a criticism of the sloppy intellectual offering of The President's Advisory 1776 Commission, which co-joins and conflates the principles of liberty in the Declaration, with Madison’s class-based, flawed Constitution of 1787.

The writers of the President's Advisory 1776 Commission continue the historical charade that the two documents are linked.

As an example of a professional historian making this charade, in Property and the Pursuit of Happiness, Edward J. Erler uses the vague phrase “the founders” to refer to both the patriots of 1775, and to the 38 elites who signed Madison’s constitution, in 1787.

This podcast is the audio introduction to a much longer written article, available for free, at www.clpnewsnetwork.com

The sections of the longer article are:

  • Section 1. Originalism and Original Intent of Madison’s Class-Based Constitution.
  • Section 2. Contemporary Intent: The 1619 Ideology of Marxism.
  • Section 3. Linking Jefferson’s Declaration to the Democratic Republic of America.
  • The End of the Global Kleptocracy.

I am Laurie Thomas Vass, and this is the  CLP News Network. www.clpnewsnetwork.com.

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