According to a Bill about to be approved, the U.S. Constitution and other documents with the country’s founding principles will be studied by students in South Carolina colleges and universities.
It would also include the Declaration of Independence, the Federalist Papers, the Emancipation Proclamation, and a course on American government, according to The Blaze on April 6.
The legislation’s goal, which has already passed the Senate and will be considered today in the House, is to help students become better citizens, as bill creator Republican State Rep. Garry Smith of Greenville puts it.
At issue is Senate Bill 38, the “Strengthening College Education on America’s Constitutional Heritage Act,” or REACH Act.
Smith, an affiliate professor of political science at North Greenville University, said students would study, “An idea of liberty for all. That whole idea in the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights, those things are found in the Constitution.”
He added: “It flows, it goes together, it was meant to do that. And when we’re looking at education in the United States and South Carolina, we’re looking at education to build good citizens who can function in our representative republic.”
Also, students will become aware of states’ rights granted by the Constitution that Washington’s government cannot infringe upon.
This enlightenment would help prevent ideas like ‘equity’ from taking hold, sweeping away the basic notion of liberty established by the founding fathers at the beginning of the federation.
“When you have citizens that don’t understand that liberty for all—and they’re thinking about equity instead of equality and dividing us instead of uniting us, then we’ve got a real problem,” Smith stressed.
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