I have not had a need to demonstrate any such knowledge. My problem is not with what was said by the founders or anything to do with them.
So now you are arguing from the position that the founders / framers did not embrace the Lockean social contract philosophy and use it as the foundationalJeerleader 10th March 2014, 07:15 AM
I am not assuming you are ignorant, not of the Constitution's contents, but of its theoretical background: the debates that took place around how it shouldSenor Hoint 10th March 2014, 04:22 AM
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In a war weary world and already having gone through the first one which promised to be the war to end all wars; the UK implemented socialism, from the cradle to the grave....