Right to Property & Association is the base of human rights Reading this book will help you to come to a vital understanding of the setup of the legal system, enabling you to re-establish your existing rights in the court; using their own procedures and language, and thereby allowing you reach your desired outcome whenever you appear in court, either for yourself, or for someone else whom you have decided to help in any court. Most of the practical applications presented in this book are based on a very simple logic, which is that we are all born free into this world, and so any agreement we make must come from our own free will and without any form of coercion. Where does this logic come from? We ought to know that this logic isn’t based on the Constitution of 1787 surprisingly, but rather, it is derived from the Declaration of Independence of 1776, and why is this so? In fact, it was in the Declaration of Independence of 1776 where America’s Founders set forth the moral principles that would later be used in the creation of the Constitution. Isn’t it rather astonishing to discover that those principles begin with the traditional natural law, or more precisely, with the natural rights strain of that tradition? Its roots go far back into antiquity, with its clearest manifestation being the English common law that had evolved at that time for over 500 years, and in John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government, which set forth the theory of rights on which the American government rests and which formed the founders’ vision.