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    Common Sense 2: A Summary View

    Common Sense 2: A Summary View, is a modern ode to the works of Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson.

    The book was written with the intent of explaining what is ACTUALLY going on in America and how to ACTUALLY fix our problems. It is NOT a political book...politics is simply a 2-sided argument. The book was written from the perspective of an 'observer'. No sides, no politics, no misinformation, no propaganda...simply, the TRuth.

    The book is broken down in 3 sections, which the Table of Contents makes clear when read. The first section is used to explain the corruption and woes that America is currently in. The second section explains where the American people's Power has been hidden, how to take it back and how to properly use it. The third section deals with 'where we are now' and then explains 'where we need to go next.'

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    The book is broken down into Booklets, as follows:

    INTRO:
    0. Start Here (Intro)
    00. Table of Contents

    SECTION 1:
    1. A History Lesson
    2. Hijacked
    3. Just Pullin' Our Strings
    4. National Secrecy
    5. Physical Threats
    6. Paper Threats

    SECTION 2:
    7. A Civil Revolution
    8. America's 'Arms'
    9. Grassroots 101

    Section 3:
    10. The Natural World
    11. The Fake World
    12. The Real World
    13. Our Destiny

    14. Appendix
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    Jefferson was a liberal, and has been touted by liberals has having "got it."

    I'm not sure why they tout that, as what Jefferson touted was as central to the core of our Constitution as our own beliefs.

    Times change.

    Most liberals today couldn't possible "get that."

    Jefferson could, as clearly evidenced in his countless writings.
    The First protects the Second, and the Second protects the First. Together, they protect the rest of our Bill of Rights and our United States Constitution, and help We the People protect ourselves in the spirit of our Declaration of Independence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by since9 View Post
    Jefferson was a liberal, and has been touted by liberals has having "got it."

    I'm not sure why they tout that, as what Jefferson touted was as central to the core of our Constitution as our own beliefs.

    Times change.

    Most liberals today couldn't possible "get that."

    Jefferson could, as clearly evidenced in his countless writings.
    Jefferson, as were most all of the Founders, was what was known as a Classic Liberal. Classic liberals were ardent supporters of individual rights and very suspect of government in general and strong centralized governments in particular. Today a classic liberal would be known as a strict Constitutionalist.
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