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No Treason, Vol. VI.

Lysander Spooner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . . but if their opponents are to have the power, and use it against them, then they would not willingly support the Constitution.

In short, men's voluntary support of the Constitution is doubtless, in most cases, wholly contingent upon the question whether, by means of the Constitution, they can make themselves masters, or are to be made slaves.

Such contingent consent as that is, in law and reason, no consent at all.

9. As everybody who supports the Constitution by voting (if there are any such) does so secretly (by secret ballot), and in a way to avoid all personal responsibility for the act of his agents or representatives, it cannot legally or reasonably be said that anybody at all supports the Constitution by voting. No man can reasonably or legally be said to do such a thing as to assent to, or support, the Constitution, unless he does it openly, and in a way to make himself personally responsible for the acts of his agents, so long as the. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Why the Constitution does not bind anyone and never has

Helps to proves what a scam the government is.

This was my second go at No Treason. Spooner is always a refreshing read in this day and age where more credence is given to the State and its Constitution than what should ever be.