The Constitution

The Constitution of the Democratic Republic of America creates a state sovereignty framework and changes Madison’s representative republic into a democratic representative republic.

The democratic republic creates safeguards for the citizens, themselves, to defend and protect their natural rights, whereas in Madison’s representative republic, the citizens, after they vote, are defenseless against tyranny if their elected representatives choose not to defend liberty.

The Constitution of the Democratic Republic of America is much longer, and more detailed than Madison’s constitution, and contains a much more definitive Preamble that states that the purpose of government is to protect the liberties and freedoms of the citizens.

You can see the principles and Bill of Rights of the Constitution for free, here.

You can buy a text copy of the entire Constitution in our product store, for $10.