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hey all!

i need help looking for carded answers to framework-- as in counter interps and usfg= the people (really need this fam pls).

ive looked through all of the fw camp files and t camp files and cant find anything. where can i find some?

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hey all!

i need help looking for carded answers to framework-- as in counter interps and usfg= the people (really need this fam pls).

ive looked through all of the fw camp files and t camp files and cant find anything. where can i find some?

 

I don't think this is the path you want to take.

 

1) Any interp along these lines will be a definition of "government" but definitely not "federal government" - the word federal uniquely draws that distinction between focus on states or people and the central government itself.

2) It relies on a reading of Jeffersonian Democracy which your criticism may not support.

3) The more mainstream card on this matter (Howard '5) literally comes from a high school homework assignment.

 

Here are some cards if you rly want em, but application of your criticism and/or impact turning is probably a better route:

 

USFG = the people

Howard 5 (Adam, “Jeffersonian Democracy: Of the People, By the People, For the People,” http://www.byzantinecommunications.com/adamhoward/homework/highschool/jeffersonian.html, 5/27)

Ideally, then, under Jeffersonian Democracy, the government is the people, and people is the government. Therefore, if a particular government ceases to work for the good of the people, the people may and ought to change that government or replace it. Governments are established to protect the people's rights using the power they get from the people.

 

 

 

Government is the people

Oakes Accessed ‘16 Jeff, Freelance writer who has published 6 books, “What IS the Intent of the Constitution?”  http://criminaljusticelaw.us/issues/gun-control/chapter-4-intent-constitution/

The very first principle forms the foundation for the new government, namely a Representative Democracy with the words, “WE the People.”  We hear this so often that we tend to forget the basic principle here is that this nation, the government, is the people not the representatives in Congress, nor the President, nor the Supreme Court.  Our government is “WE,” so if we have a problem with our government, we have a problem with ourselves.  If we do not like the job done by those we send to represent us, we can fire them.  Strangely enough, many claim to not be pleased, yet the same folks continually get elected for the most part, thus negating that claim.  But this is a principle we really need to take to heart—WE are the Government.  Not them.

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there you go

 

 

I don't think this is the path you want to take.

 

1) Any interp along these lines will be a definition of "government" but definitely not "federal government" - the word federal uniquely draws that distinction between focus on states or people and the central government itself.

2) It relies on a reading of Jeffersonian Democracy which your criticism may not support.

3) The more mainstream card on this matter (Howard '5) literally comes from a high school homework assignment.

 

Here are some cards if you rly want em, but application of your criticism and/or impact turning is probably a better route:

 

USFG = the people

Howard 5 (Adam, “Jeffersonian Democracy: Of the People, By the People, For the People,” http://www.byzantinecommunications.com/adamhoward/homework/highschool/jeffersonian.html, 5/27)

Ideally, then, under Jeffersonian Democracy, the government is the people, and people is the government. Therefore, if a particular government ceases to work for the good of the people, the people may and ought to change that government or replace it. Governments are established to protect the people's rights using the power they get from the people.

 

 

 

Government is the people

Oakes Accessed ‘16 Jeff, Freelance writer who has published 6 books, “What IS the Intent of the Constitution?”  http://criminaljusticelaw.us/issues/gun-control/chapter-4-intent-constitution/

The very first principle forms the foundation for the new government, namely a Representative Democracy with the words, “WE the People.”  We hear this so often that we tend to forget the basic principle here is that this nation, the government, is the people not the representatives in Congress, nor the President, nor the Supreme Court.  Our government is “WE,” so if we have a problem with our government, we have a problem with ourselves.  If we do not like the job done by those we send to represent us, we can fire them.  Strangely enough, many claim to not be pleased, yet the same folks continually get elected for the most part, thus negating that claim.  But this is a principle we really need to take to heart—WE are the Government.  Not them.

thank you so much yall!! i really appreciate it :')

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