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As long as the people remain silent conspiring men will be our Masters and we will forever be their Slaves. With liberty comes the responsibility respect the rights of others. We must never seek to gain personally at the expense of others. As John Adams stated "The Constitution was written for a moral and righteous people and is wholly  inadequate to the governance of any other." 

Thomas Jefferson said "A nation that wants to remain ignorant and free expects what never was and never will be/" The first step in the restoration of America is educate ourselves on the principles of liberty. We need obey the laws which are just and refuse to comply with those that are not.
 
We must become modern day Paul Reveres and warn our friends, neighbors and countrymen. Individually we are weak, but collectively we have the power to turn the tables on those who exploit is. You can choose to be a part of the problem or a part of the solution. Representation is the key to restoring power to the people.
 
By reducing the size of our Congressional Districts as proposed in the original First Amendment each Congressman would represent no more than 50,000 people. The ratification of this amendment wold take the significantly reduce the power of the 435 members of the House of Representatives and transfer that power to the people.
 
It is not possible for one representative to adequately represent over 700,000 people. Instead of listening to his constituents, Congressmen listen to the bankers, lawyers and lobbyists who congregate in Washington D.C.
 
 With all of the political power vested in 435 Congressmen the voice of the people is not heard and the best way to empower the people is to reduce the size of the Congressional Districts.
 
 We need to stop talking about the problems we face  and take action. AmericaAgain! has the answer please go to the following website and join the millions of Americans who want to restore the Republic.

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