141. All Independnt Nations Have a Private and a Public Sector
In 1952, in the Introduction to The Second Treatise of Government by John Locke, Thomas P. Peardon of Columbia University recognised the twoness of independent nations. On p.xvi of the Introduction, Peardon says that John Locke was one of the first writers to recognize the distinction between society and government. The U.S. colonists must have known the difference between society and government because they had many copies of Locke's Treatise.
So I say that the purpose of the U.S. DOI is to develop and perfect our Society and that the purpose of the U.S. Constitution is to perfect Society's Government. Since the terms Public Sector and Private Sector have been used for many years, these terms align to the Society and Society's Government The twoness of the USA is a reality.
Thus, the 'one People' must fix the USA by giving the DOI its laws. The DOI statement, all Men are created equal, is thus a law of the Society. Since the U.S. DOI says that the Society has Laws of Nature and Laws of Nature's God, the statement of Ben Franklin on the immortality of the human soul becomes a potential reality, if God makes immortal souls. My second book, A New and Modern Holy Bible' proves that God does create immortal souls. Obviously, atheism will soon be eliminated.
It is clear that Americans do not understand the problems of their own national language. If the perfections of all national languages become of interest to all free nations, I believe that all wars and crime will fade away. Here is a potential solution to today's problem of guns.