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Clause 2
Clause 3
Clause 4
Clause 5
Clause 6
Clause 7
Clause 8
Clause 9
Clause 10

Article 1
Section. 1.
Section. 2.
Article 2
Section. 1.
Section. 2.
Article 3
Section. 1.
Section. 2.
Article 4
Section. 1.
Section. 2.
Article 5
Section. 1.
Section. 2.

Endorsements
Westhorse
Wrest
Allbright
Saint-du-Saints
Barton
Nealhall
Pierrepont
Saint Matthieu


Constitution of the Great Union

All three pages of the document are on permanent
display at the Rockwell Library.

The Constitution of the Great Union: A Transcription
Note: The following text is a transcription of the Constitution as it was inscribed by Armand Kippley on parchment. The spelling and punctuation reflect the original.


For the masses of this great, and potential ridden island nation, we as heads of the Free Federation, do humbly present this Constitution with the purest and most pious of intentions in our hearts, in an effort to craft a union, the likes of which will reflect accurately what we hold close as a folk and will bring light to the prospect that Liberty, Truth, Decorum and Self-Governance are all that any man need in a Government.

Clause 1


The Congregation nor any empowered entity, foreign or domestic, has the capacity to withhold, bar or abridge man's ableness to exercise his right to; freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom of profit, freedom of assembly and petition for change in a peaceable and righteous manner.

Clause 2


The authority of this Constitution is derived from divinity and declares the citizenry find the teachings theologically, logically, legally, philosophically and communally pertinent. To safeguard this necessity, it is hereby mandated that each citizen born on this land's soil, will be declared a practitioner of the Home Faith.

Clause 3


The security and defense of the people and the state, being the occupation of the self, this Constitution hereby mandates that the ableness of the people to be Armed is a necessity in order to maintain the free order and repel otherworldly and domestic agitators of Liberty.

Clause 4


With security of self being a necessity of mankind, this Constitution upholds man's right to privacy and security in self by barring foreign agitations and safeguarding divinity in privacy.

Clause 5


In common law cases, the self is secured by the guarantee of judgement by one's own peers and majority ruling driving final judgement by an ultimate deemer.

Clause 6


The events of legal betrayal, be it by judge or legal official or officer of the state, are prohibited due to the vested interest to enshrine security of the self. Without warrant, or ethical probable cause, a person is protected from searches and seizures. Purposeful and deliberate intrusion into an innocent party's right to freedom is prohibited. Neither judge nor jury may inquire twice for one crime without new findings.

Clause 7


A voting population, being necessary for the continuance of a government, and being the very pinnacle of an educated and democratic society, is declared a necessity by this Constitution. Therefore, the population that chooses to be housed in the fantastical barricades of the Great Union, is obligated to and hereby required to vote in each self-relevant election on the thirteenth day, of the first month of the year.

Clause 8


Liberty being a necessary part of each life and security of person being a priority of this document, enslavement, wrongful imprisonment, or exclusion of rights and privilege is prohibited thoroughly with respect to the perverse truth that all men are deemed equal by their creator.

Clause 9


The rights and responsibilities of the citizenry, being too numerous to fully list, are not completed in this constitutional assessment thereof. To be an enshrined right does not place priority over the natural rights of citizen and man.

Clause 10


Any citizen, who can afford to own, is afforded, or legally obtains land may be secure in their private and personal ownership thereof in accordance with this Constitution and is protected by this Amendment in the event that any entity, foreign or domestic, attempts to obtain said land from him.

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Endorsements



Westhorse

Samuel A. R. Buchannan
Thomas Richardson
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Wrest

Harland Reeves
Jakob P. V. Handled
Blank

Allbright

Terrence Boone
Rutherford C. G. Rockwell
Blank

Saint-du-Saints

Georges Lessiville
Vincent Doumer
Raymond Grévy

Barton

W. E. Thiers
Félix E. J. Faure
Joshua Brooks

Nealhall

Wyatt J. E. Hunter
Arthur Carrington
Blank

Pierrepont

Jean-Joseph Polignac
V. Broglie
Blank

Saint Matthieu

O. N. Barrot
Carter Martell
Blank

The Great Union of Insulalia

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