The Constitution

The Constitution of the United States, as adopted and intended by the Framers at Philadelphia in 1787, (and later ratified in the various state conventions), created a decentralized limited federal republic of free and sovereign independent states with specific enumerated powers delegated to the general government, with all other powers retained by the states and the people.

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But later a Mr. Lysander Spooner would disagree: No Treason No 1; No Treason No. 2; and No Treason No 6.

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