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Inalienable rights

Sources of your rights as a citizen of the United States, the principal sources of your rights, is found in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. These were ratified by the 13 states Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1788 by action of over two-thirds delegates' approval of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

It should be reasoned and expected the Fallbrook Library have books and copies of the Bill of Rights as a reasonable standard of obligation and standardization of operation. When there, you would think that upper management, by their guidelines as standard practices and conducts, would see these important documents to be in all county libraries.

There found is one's children's book and nothing on the subject. Reasonable prudence does not exist there.

There is no boundary of support for art. Art abounds everywhere in unrestricted publication and shown art.

The Bill of Rights should live in our hearts and adequate expressions in publications should exist on the library's shelves.

Warren L. Stuber


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