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The National Initiative for Democracy is a proposed law developed by The Democracy Foundation, over the past decade, along with a plan to get it enacted by the people (not by the government) creating, for the first time, a government "by you, the people."

The National Initiative includes a constitutional amendment and a federal statute that equips the people with the central power of government, lawmaking. As lawmakers, the people in every government jurisdiction of the United States become a new Check in our system of Checks and Balances designed to control the abuses of government. Representative government remains unaltered except for the partnership established between the people and their elected legislators.

Philadelphia II is conducting a national election on behalf of the American people, to give them the opportunity to vote on the National Initiative.

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  • Stein, J. (July 30, 2007). Power to the People: The Democracy Foundation's Plan to Create a Fourth Branch of Government. Mother Jones. Article