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This Constitution...Shall Be the Supreme Law of the Land: The Constitution of the United States as handed down the Founding Fathers as a legacy is in decline. by David Mauch

This Constitution...Shall Be the Supreme Law of the Land: The Constitution of the United States as handed down

the Founding Fathers as a legacy is in decline. by David Mauch

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If the original Constitution formed a system of law with a limited central government, then how did the United States get so offtrack?Thats the argument presented by David Loy Mauch, who claims that the government originally established by theMoreIf the original Constitution formed a system of law with a limited central government, then how did the United States get so offtrack?Thats the argument presented by David Loy Mauch, who claims that the government originally established by the United States founding fathers isnt what we have now. And in his book This Constitution...shall be the supreme Law of the Land, Mauch contends that events during and after the Civil War led to the false interpretation of US law still at work today—that the federal government trumps state rights.This provocative educational guide looks back to before the Constitution was signed, giving a history of how Americas two-party system came to be, and goes on to propose that the Civil War was actually an illegal war fought against the thirteen southern states inaugurated by Abraham Lincoln, a president with Socialist/Communist sympathies.While historical, Mauch’s book also sheds light on events shaping current political discourse, outlining how the Constitution remains distorted and suggesting what we can do as a nation to get it back on track.Rediscover the original law documents that formed our great nation, and reclaim the America our forefathers imagined.