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Living under a totalitarian Marxist, Leninist, Bolshevist, Trotskyist government or a country where Shariah law rules must not be an option. Erudite and polished, the speech, nevertheless, failed to win a following. Before the 1990’s, 87% identified as Christian. No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed. Second, to "secure the blessings of liberty", which were to be enjoyed by not only the first generation, but for all who came after, "our posterity". [41] Article One describes the Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government.

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