America’s Final Revolution: Reconstructing Jefferson’s Entrepreneurial Capitalist Society.

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Our book presents a thesis of American history as perpetual conflict between Jefferson's Declaration and Madison's Constitution.

The conflict generally reveals itself in times of social or economic crisis when an observer comments that America is a great nation, but has never lived up to its promise.

Our main argument is that Jefferson's promise of liberty is founded on an entrepreneurial capitalism whereas Madison's constitution is based upon elite rule by the natural aristocracy. We cite the 35-year period, after the Civil War, as the precursor of modern industrial capitalism. During this era, we cite five major broken promises of liberty, caused by this incompatibility between Jefferson's vision of an entrepreneurial society and Madison's elite rule: The broken promise of reconstruction to Black people: The broken promise to Indians: The broken promise to farmers: The broken promise to working class industrial workers: The broken promise to West Coast Chinese immigrants.

We claim that these broken promises are a result of Madison’s rules of civil procedure that unfairly favored the financial interests of the natural aristocracy, and perpetuated a political culture of shared plunder in government policies.

We further allege that after 1900, and the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, of 1913, that the relationship between the U. S. Government and large corporations was altered permanently. We argue that, if Madison had retained the features of state sovereignty and the ideology of entrepreneurial capitalim, that the current crony corporate global capitalism would have been avoided. We apply the analysis of W. J. Cash, in The Mind of the South, to explain that American economic history can be interpreted as a three-stage chronology of economic collapse, common citizen rebellion, and restoration of the ruling class power. We explain that the cause of economic collapse is the unbalanced centralized power of the Federal Reserve to manipulate the monetary system, to the benefit of New York bankers.

We conclude that the United States will never be able to live up to the promise of liberty until Madison's defective document is replaced with a constitution that makes liberty the mission statement of the new nation. In the transformation of the American economy to a centralized, global, communist system, nothing confronts the Marxist ideology to protect individual liberty.

Restoring Jefferson's ideology of entrepreneurial capitalism is America's final revolution.

The Natural Rights Conservatism of Rush Limbaugh:

Conservatives know the future of the Nation is in jeopardy from the relentless attack from Marxist Democrats. The other side has already declared that conservatives are domestic terrorists and is purging them from the military and from social media websites. They hold patriots in solitary confinement, without charges or due process. It will not be long before they ratchet up the violence against patriots. Our side is not prepared to do battle to defend liberty.

There is only one path back to liberty.

  Conservatives know the future of the Nation is in jeopardy from the relentless attack from Marxist Democrats. The other side has already declared that conservatives are domestic terrorists and is purging them from the military and from social media websites. It will not be long before they ratchet up the violence against patriots. Our side is not prepared to do battle to defend liberty. Unlike other natural rights conservatives, we offer a strategy for reclaiming liberty. We believe that the only peaceful, non-violent solution is a civil dissolution of the former United States and the creation of a new American nation, called the Democratic Republic of America.

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