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The Palmetto Manifesto is named in honor of the great State of South Carolina, whose people opposed by armed insurrection both the tyrannical government of the king of England and the illegitimate government of the kings of New England.
The Constitution of the United States of America forbids the establishment of a national government which holds all power at one level. Instead, the States created a limited central government and retained significant powers for themselves. The States thought this federal system would last because they had created several intra-federal checks to restrain the central government. However, the Redcoats, who wanted a national government, found a flaw in the new government. The Framers had failed to create an extra-federal check to contain the growth of the entire central government.
By colluding, the branches of the central government could steal power from the States. That is what the central government has done continuously since the Constitution was ratified. Until now. The 25 Articles of the Manifesto, if adopted as individual amendments to the Constitution, would permanently restrain the growth and power of the federal government. Such Articles would also make a super-majority of State legislatures the highest law in the land and transfer significant powers back to the States. These Articles are detailed in the book, State Rebellion.
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