Mar 3, 2020, 10:29 AM
—“About the Propertarian Constitution, is it only for the United States of America or all of North America and Europe?”—
A general constitution, with customizations for the american reformation. It is for any country in western civilization (Or any civilization) – presuming customizations. The political structure – means of producing acts – will vary most depending upon the tastes of the population. And the possible choices are listed.
We tend to think government is the subject we should focus on, but it’s really the law, then the economy, then the government. Hopefully our constitution corrects this problem and refocuses us on the law and economics – even though our concept of economics is balance sheet rather than income statement driven so includes culture etc.
It’s structured as:
The Complaint: The reason for the reformation.
The Strategy: the ‘tradition’ of european peoples that explains the entire social system in strictly constructed form.
The Law: the law that expresses that tradition (definitions, the law, rights and obligations)
The Constitution: the constitution proper, that describes the function of every institution political, social, and familial. It’s possible each country(kingdom), or federation(empire) might want to modify these as they see fit.
The Acts: Actions that are specific to the american experiment. Every country or group of countries would replace these and add their own acts
The Restitutions: the “restitutions and punishments for crimes against our people”: Every country would replace and add their own restitutions and punishments.