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George Orwell provides Valuable Insights on Propaganda and Critical Thinking

Articles from LEXREX and the Web related to Liberty and Limited Government Etcetera

Articles about Constitutional Principles and Issues

Opinions as to the Constitutionality of the National Bank

Jefferson on Various Topics of Interest

Laws, Writings, and Other Important Documents

Second Treatise on Government, John Locke, 1690

The American Crisis (a series of tracts concerning the revolution in America) by Thomas Paine

COMMON SENSE - by Thomas Paine

Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms, July 6, 1775 - Declaration of the Second Continental Congress, written by John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson, on the reasons for starting a violent revolution against the British.

Virginia Declaration of Rights, 1776 - Drawn up and ratified in Convention for the Colony of Virginia just prior to the Declaration of Independence, this document formed an important part of the Constitution of the State of Virginia, also supporting the future federal Bill of Rights.

Political Writings from The National Gazette (1791-1793) - Started as a second national newspaper to The Gazette of the United States, The National Gazette was edited by Phillip Freneau and supported by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison through frequent contribution of articles. It appears by the nature of the articles, and Hamilton's statements, that the purpose of the paper was to question the constitutionality of Hamilton's policies.

Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and 1799 and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 and 1799 - Authored by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson in the case of Virginia, and Jefferson alone in the case of Kentucky. These Acts were done in protest of the Alien and Sedition Acts passed by Congress.

A PLEA for the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES - Wounded in the House of its Guardians - George Bancroft

Constitution.org's Collection of Primary Source Documents

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