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Session 7: Sunday, June 3rd: 2:00 - 3:50pm
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Bill Kreml is the creator of an original political philosophy, it is based on psychology rather than economics or any other variable.

Kreml’s panel will discuss the utilization of cognitive forms in the constitution, the original seven articles being analytic in form and the Bill of Rights being synthetic in form as the German Idealists Kant and Hegel understood these terms. Kreml has argued in a recent article, found in both the Green Party’s spring issue of Green Horizon magazine and campaign finance another layer (March 26, 2018) that the Supreme Court misunderstood the cognitive nature of the constitution’s two components, the Bill of Rights protecting synthetic, that is politically aggregative, but not analytic, political activity. Large political campaign contributions are of an analytic, or contractual, nature and are not protected by the Bill of Rights.


Sydney Smith has a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Colorado-Boulder. He teaches at Hampton-Sydney College. He was co-chair of the
of the Virginia Green Party (2014-2017). He is a past delegate to the Green Party National Committee, serving on several individual committees. His...

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Gary Frazier recently graduated highest in his Camden, NJ, high school class. He is currently working for Camden Community Schools. He has registered voters for the Green Party and is co-chair of the New Jersey Green Party. He is a GPUS National Delegate and is the Black Caucus liaison to the...

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Bill Kreml is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of South Carolina. His degrees include BA Northwestern University, JD Northwestern University, and PhD (Political Science) University of Indiana. He is the author of nine books on American government,...

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