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Source Code Poetry: The Preamble

The calling code:

using System.Collections.Generic;

namespace PGP.Poetry
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // See Source Code Poetry: Genesis 1:1 for more on creating a God
            //
            USConstitution.Creator NaturesGodProvidence = new USConstitution.Creator();

            // Create a Constitution
            USConstitution.IConstitution UnitedStatesOfAmerica = new USConstitution.Government();

            // Form some States
            USConstitution.State Delaware = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Delaware", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 60000 };
            USConstitution.State Pennsylvania = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Pennsylvania", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 434000 };
            USConstitution.State NewJersey = new USConstitution.State { Name = "New Jersey", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 184000 };
            USConstitution.State Georgia = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Georgia", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 83000 };
            USConstitution.State Connecticut = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Connecticut", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 238000 };
            USConstitution.State Massachusetts = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Massachusetts", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 475000 };
            USConstitution.State Maryland = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Maryland", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 320000 };
            USConstitution.State SouthCarolina = new USConstitution.State { Name = "South Carolina", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 250000 };
            USConstitution.State NewHampshire = new USConstitution.State { Name = "New Hampshire", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 142000 };
            USConstitution.State Virginia = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Virginia", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 821000 };
            USConstitution.State NewYork = new USConstitution.State { Name = "New York", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 340000 };
            USConstitution.State NorthCarolina = new USConstitution.State { Name = "North Carolina", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 429000 };
            USConstitution.State RhodeIsland = new USConstitution.State { Name = "Rhode Island", IsAmerican = true, IsUnited = true, ThePeople = new List(), PopulationCount = 69000 };

            // Add the original 13 states to the union. 917 more words
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Spare some critical thought for this famous passage from the Declaration of Independence:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

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