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About US Constitution Project, Inc.
Our Constitution was respected around the world during its first hundred years. In the late 1800s, many American students went to Germany to earn advanced degrees, and became enamored with something called the German Theory of State. The theory had been adopted by the German education establishment from a book titled The Theory of State, published in 1875 by a Swiss jurist. It held that governments progress over time, hence the term ‘progressive’. As the United States government was new relative to that of Germany, these students thought they had found the Holy Grail. They returned with their doctorates and disdain for our constitution to take up positions in US institutions of higher learning. The progressive theory was in a shambles by the time of Germany’s Third Reich, but by then it had metastasized in the United States and Woodrow Wilson had laid the groundwork for modern-day liberalism. It is their view that if young Americans knew and understood the differences between our Constitution and progressive doctrines, most would choose the Constitution. It is their long-term mission to inform them.
Norris S. Goff
Norris was hired by the FBI during his senior year of high school. Then he was drafted into the US Army in 1955, and served three years. Following his discharge, he entered the computer sciences industry and advanced to become a senior computer scientist and project manager at Computer Sciences Corporation and the US Government. He earned an MBA from Southeastern University in Washington, DC. Since 2002, he and his wife have owned and operated University Learning Institute, Ltd, a project management training firm. Their course material is licensed to several dozen colleges and universities throughout the United States.
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