Remaking America by George Shollenberger, Idea XXXXXXXIV (Economies for the USA, VI)
What causes the USA to turn away from the founding documents? I conclude that the field of law turned the U.S. government away from the founding documents first by misinterpreting the Declaration of Independence. This founding document is more than as authority to go to war against England. The first two paragraphs of the ‘Declaration’ have nothing to do with a war authority. These two paragraphs define the ‘Society’ identified by John Locke in his social contract. This definition of ‘Society’ distinguishes ‘the people’ from Locke’s self-governing ‘Government.’
The above misinterpretation of the field of law caused the U.S. government to turn U.S. economic policies away from the American System of economics. The American System requires the continued development of new sciences and technologies. The American System thus produces productivity increases (lower prices) for ‘the people.’
The rejection of the American System caused the U.S. government to turn the U.S. economy policy to the British System of economies. The popular name of the British System is laissez-faire (or a free market). The British System requires the continued development of price inflation (or higher prices) for those people who are capitalists.
When the U.S. government turned away from the Society (defined by the Declaration of Independence) and also turned away from the American System of economy, the USA became a nation of ‘bandits and slaves’ instead of a nation under God.