Book! Sins of the State

The book Sins of the State highlights the change to the word ‘person’ where they made it include corporations and similar. Suddenly, men needed to clarify if they are a natural person or an artificial person. The government would assume the latter as a means to assert jurisdiction.

Now, I will make clear that I conduct my life as a natural person, not an artificial person. I used to say I am a people, not a person, but that can confuse people who don’t know ‘people’ can be singular.

screenshot showing 37th Congress, Session II, Chap CXIX, Page 432, Sec 68 (page 459)

37th Congress, Session II, Chap CXIX, Page 432, Sec 68 (page 459)

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