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That men mean distinct and separate things when they speak of constitutions and of governments, is evident;  or why are those terms distinctly and separately used?  A constitution is not an act of a government, but of a people  constituting a government;  and government without a constitution, is power without a right.

Thomas Paine – Rights of Man

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