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There are two great obstacles
fo progress inelastic constitu
tions and usurping courts.
c Except for civil war amend
ments the people have been un
able to amend the federal consti
tution for over one hundred years
Manx .state constiutjons are tied
Courts have usurped power to
veto the people's will. The exist
ing irresponsible judicial oligar
chy must end J. C. Harper.
Hens that lay 250 eggs a year
"on the average," lay about 62 on
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