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On August 31 to September 3 1956, was The Congress For Human Problems where The Constitutional Administration Party was formed.
I cant find this actual Congress on the NET anywhere. So I'll post it here.
there's some messed up text and if anyone knows this document and has the original, I'd like a copy.
People laugh off hubbards designs as if they were wacky and benign, if only that
were the case.
THE CONSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATION PARTY OF AMERICA
Formed by the Organizations of America. Incorporated in Washington, D.C.
Congress on Human Problems
August 31 to September 3, 1956
The following program as briefly outlined was adopted as the Party Platform:
It is to be put into effect by the Party itself as it assumes administrative control and/or by the influence of our membership on the government and public to bring about the enactment of such legislation by any parties in power. It is understood that the Constitutional Administration Party shall make itself felt no matter what party is in power and that it will concentrate on education of the public, and the American Individual in American ideals and developments. It is further understood that the party
expressly considers itself a guardian of the Freedom and Tradition of our fore-fathers against all interlopers upon the American scene.
The Constitutional Administration Party dedicates itself:
1. To make the Declaration 1956 into law without delay.
2. To enact law to make public officials personally liable for public acts damaging to citizens.
3. To enact Socialized Medicine without prejudice to independent healing and nonorthodox systems and associations.
4. To enact adequate Civilian Defense to stop inviting attack by CD unpreparadeness. To create a second defensible emergency capital for war time use and to bring about Federal responsibility for city and plant security and prevent maximal disaster if attacked.
5. To enact Creative Education to give children adequate outlet for their energy and imagination. For every hour in a classroom an hour on the athletic field.
6. Two jobs for everyone — their regular job and an outdoor civil improvement job by public authority.
7. To balance national economy. Enough money to buy necessities and luxuries. Enough necessities and luxuries to buy.
8. To so involve possible aggressors with our business and production, to so entwine their economies, that they cannot afford to make war on us. Wage war abroad now by civilian production, raising living standards everywhere. Out produce the world. Shoot goods not shells.
9. To abolish curtailed production and capricious business regulation.
10. To enact reasonable measures using modern means to eventually abolish crime and insanity before they completely corrupt our doctors and police and abolish us.
11. To encourage the public to measure men by their production worth and ability not by their possesions or lack of them. To rebuild the pride of workers.
12. To enact legislation to abolish Universal Military Training. To form a modern Army, Navy and Marine Corps, that can fight the wars of the twenty-first Century not the nineteenth.
13. To effectively form an International Commission for Atomic Fission amongst the nations involved and place all atomic personnel and police under it in an isolated area, abolishing all atomic war uses, using atoms only for peace, making all nations forego further research and move atomic manufacture and research out beyond the bounderies of warlike nations, To finance the project by rental of reactors by the commission for peace time use. To provide adequate patrols of warlike areas to ensure their compliance at the cost of their losing their reactors.
14. To reform the UN into a workable tribunal binding on all nations for their foreign but not domestic disputes or absorb its functions.
15. To solve taxation brought about by wars by taxing the nations responsible for starting those wars until the total cost is paid.
16. To expand by purchase, appeal and personal means the borders of the U.S. To expressly inhibit the loaning or giving of public monies abroad without getting favors or land in return.
17. To make Democracy so successful that other countries will clamor to be part of if.
18. To remember and forward our mission and message to the world in 1776. It was and is the reason The United Nations was begun — to make Man free.
19. To become as a government as big as our people not our politicians.
20. To use modern science to assist our people but make science prove that it does assist before we use it.
21. To stop experimenting with our broad affairs. Launch test projects and measure their results before we commit ourselves to actions or treaties.
22. To drive the decay and confusion out of government. To depend on our people and their officers not our clerks to expand and make well America.
23. Realizing that in the absence of easy justice crime and violence are made necessary, to guarantee the access to courts and to abolish the tyraunicel and costly complications of justice.
(a)To constitute all attorneys of good repute as justices in their own right,
capable of handling civil disputes, complaints and misdemeanors.
(b) To make private trials optional and stop trying people in newspapers.
(c) To make all criminal trials swift and accurate.
(d) To abolish capital punishment.
(e) To abolish the current prison system as unworkable, and develop penalties more satisfactory to the public safety.
24. To abolish fingerprinting and identification dossiers on the military or citizens, well remembering that felons shall have ceased to be citizens under Declaration' 1956.
25. To establish completely equal rights of the sexes before law and in employment.
26. To really care for children from divorced or broken homes and the children of working parents.
27. To reform child labor laws to permit the juvenile to participate on his nations activities.
28. To centralize criminals and the insane for efficient treatment by mental and sociological staffs.
29. To abolish insanity as a plea for criminal acts.
30. To remove from society and habilitate those broken by life such as alcoholics and addicts.
31. To make actual social security possible (not old age pensions alone) by providing means to give work within the ability of the person to perform.
32. To utilize the training and education of the worker to the fullest extent.
33. To establish government universities that teach subjects in such a way as to enable people to use them.
34. To establish a competent University of Government Political School and require attendence by all officials high or low before taking office.
35. To use unions in the resolution of production as well as the defense of workers and to utilize their abilities to help solve management difficulties.
36. To stop ugliness in broad public planning programs, utilizing the artist and writer as he is used in Industry. To give him enough appropriation.
37. To utilize existing political skill and stop wasting it by entirely discarding political executives after losses in elections — use them on related tasks.
38. To stop fighting American groups who seek to improve life and use them on the subjects with thich they are conversant and also to enable do-gooders to actually examine the subjects they are protesting.
39. To fight the true enemies of Man not Mankind.
40. To bring America back to a spiritual sense of responsibility. Assist without enforcing religion. To back it with government funds instead of exclusively backing projects which have failed. Build churches and clubs at public expense.
41. To knock out auto accidents by better driving tests and supervision of car industry and highway construction and thus save 50,000 lives and a half a million injuries at will.
42. To bring back dignity and decency to government and politics and the conduct of political party affairs.
43. To restore an American Government using American developments and ideals, not the European idelogies which have brought nothing but sorrow to Mankind.
44. To remember that in 1776 we declared a revolution against tyranny and slavery. In 1956 we state our intentions to complete the task begun by our forefathers.
45. To rehabiliate the American Individual and restore his responsibility for interest in and knowledge of his nation.
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The following books are being written to assist the Constitutional Administration
1. A book setting forth good government.
2. A book for use in training classes entitled the American Individual, giving the history of the Constitution, the basics of government and
the fundamentals of American Life.
3. A book giving in full the CAP plans and the means of making them into
DECLARATION 1956 IN THE FACE of SUBVERSIVE ATTESTS TO DOMINATE EARTH and THE WORKS OF MAN and in DISAGREEMENT with weak or vacillating policies which encourage these attempts, WE THE ORGANIZATIONS OF AMERICA DO HEREBY PLEDGE OURSELVES to the following recommendations:
1. TO PRESERVE the government of the UNITED STATES and the customs of our people as we have known them:
2. TO RESIST and exterminate by whatever democratic means at our disposal all legislation appearing before the Councils of Cities and Counties the legislatures of States or the CONGRESS of the UNITED STATES which may seek overtly or covertly to modify or reinterpret the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES to the ends of political, mental or
ideological groups which seek to control the thinking of MAN for ideological ends.
3. WE DO intend to uphold by all democratic means our opinion that the AMMENDMENTS to the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES are not modifications of the fact or spirit of the CONSTITUTION, but are governed and must be interpreted by the CONSTITUTION itself and that their interpretation is entirely dependent not upon the whims of court or transient government but by the CONSTITUTION itself which we hold to be a clear document, easily understood by all.
4. WE INSIST that it is a necessity as well as a custom and RIGHT that Citizens of our Nation accept, as a primary requisite of their Citizenship, a full and unreserved support of the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES as written and that Citizenship belongs only to those who support our CONSTITUTION and the democratic WAY of LIFE for which it stands and that no others may be entitled within our land to its protection
saving only routine visitors from abroad, WE PLACE OURSELVES ON RECORD as resisting any re-interpretation of the worts of the
CONSTITUTION so as to mean new things not intended by our FOUNDING FATHERS.
5. WE BELIEVE with our ancestors that a Citizen has a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and that unjust and discriminatory restraints upon his vocational activities was never intended and that our people are entitled to their undisputed rewards for their labors or contributions to our society, great or small, without government interference or preoccupation.
6. WE BELIEVE that business has a right to operate to finance itself and to profit and to engage freely in activities at home and abroad: WE BELIEVE the worker has a right to the private earning of his future savings without inspection or surveillance and WE BELIEVE that failure to observe LIBERTIES cannot but encourage foreign --- ideologies to flouish:
for WE BELIEVE OUR WAY OF LIKE was founded upon the individual as an independent economic unit and not as a chattel of the state; and WE BELIEVE that government economic interference cannot but aid the spread of the foreign ideology from which the concept came; WE HOLD no argument with a non-discriminating income tax which does not invade economic Privacy, the spirit of the AMENDMENT when it became part of the CONSTITUTION.
7. WE FULLY OPPOSE the tactics of Communists and other ENEMIES of the STATE and the people who seek to use civil liberty and the CONSTITUTION for their own purposes only to preach foreign principles when not confronted by law and WE BELIEVE this to be an invalidation of our CONSTITUTION and is in itself an act of TREASON in that - it seeks to destroy the basic law of the land and the respect of the people for it,
and WE BELIEVE that when fair trial by CONSTITUTION of means has proven beyond reasonable doubt a membership in an organization seeking to destroy our liberty, that a use in his defense by the defendant during trial of the civil liberty clauses of the CONSTITUTION shall be deemed to constitute TREASON on the grounds of seeking to destroy the CONSTITUTION by infamous connection and the defendent thus found guilty should be tried again for that TREASON.
8. WE DO NOT FAVOUR any capricious conduct or decision by any government office or
agency INCLUDING the SUPREME COURT of the UNITED STATES which tends to nullify the CONSTITUTION or override the spirit in which it was originally written and so tend to promote civil discord and unquiet in which can be sown the seeds of foreign ideology: and WE BELIEVE no officer of the government so offending should be exempt from the suspicion or charge of TREASON on these grounds.
9. WE DO HOLD it is the RIGHT and DUTY of local and national government to root out from schools and universities any instruction which furthers under whatever name Communist beliefs, teachings or principles and to charge those whose activity or compliasance has permitted them to exist with TREASON,
10. WE BELIEVE a Citizen has a RIGHT to protect his own Country and that he should not be made to suffer in the public press or at the hands of the STATE for seeking to expose or defend his country from its ENEMIES.
11. WE HOLD IN FAVOUR the seizure by local or national government of any and all funds and the funds in their entirety of the source of such funds that are employed to suborns the CONSTITUTION or to support in whatever degree the aims of subversive' forces, WE BELIEVE it to be the duty of our government, local or national, to conduct itself within the framework of our CONSTITUTION and to differentiate cleanly and clearly
between the HONEST CITIZEN supporting his country and the criminal and subversive individuals who by civil and theological crime seek to destroy it and that the fact of civil or ideological forems shall deprive these of their citizenship and thus inhibit any tendency toward a police state through growing carelessness of the RIGHTS of the HONEST CITIZENS.
12. WE HOLD it in the DUTY of our government at home and abroad to serve the individual Citizen and safeguard his liberty and safety and to permit no incarceration of our Citizens or species growth of insanity, espionage, or speech in favor of our Country or our Constitution.
13. WE PLACE OURSELVES ON RECORD as recognizing that OUR LIBERTY has deteriorated by the continual a ssaults by criminal and ideological agencies upon OUR CONSTITUTION and by their abuse of our PRIVILEGES and WE BELIEVE at once that the many must not be victimised, by the crime and dejection of a few and that the few do not deserve and must not have the protection or the rights of that which they attack ----
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CALLING THEREFORE UPON LOCAL, STATE AND NATIONAL AGENCIES TO OBSERVE their RESPONSIBILITIES and to modify or increase their practice in strict accord with OUR CONSTITUTION
NAME OF ORGANIZATION
Organized by and distributed through the auspices of the Church of Scientology. Any organization should overscore before signature above which it does not care to uphold. Copies of the original of this Declaration will be available in full color from the Constitutional Administration Party of America - Headquarters 1711 - 19th St., N.VJ, Washington 9, D.C. CONGRESS ON HUMAN PROBLEMS Washington, D.C.
Your committee appointed September 1st, 1956 presents the following report; The committee is knovm as "FUTURE PROGRAMS FOR THE CONGRESS IN THE UNITED STATES", J. Burton Farber, Chairman, Kenneth Barrett, Vice- Chairman, Robert Nichols, Alfred Kozak, Audrey Robbins, Joseph Brand, Richard Morley and Lavinia Conway.
Your committee met on September 2nd at 10:40 P.M. in the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. with all members present and L. Ron Hubbard, and L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. invited to appear before the committee. This committee is known as the Congress Political Committee of the Congress of Human Problems in convention assembled August 31st through September 3rd, 1956 at the Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C.
J. Burton Farber called the meeting to order and appointed Kenneth Barrett to act as recording secretary. It was decided to form a political party to be known as the CONSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATION PARTY. The committee presents to this Congress the report of its official actions as outlined in the following motions:
Alfred Kozak moved, seconded by Lavinia Conway and carried that we organize on authority of this Congress a political party to be called The Constitutional Administration Party.
Robert Nichols moved, seconded by Joseph Brand and carried that the Party be incorporated in Washington, D.C. and nationally.
Richard Morley moved, seconded by Kenneth Barrett and carried that Robert Nichols, William Fisk, Donovan Crandell shall be persons who shall incorporate this Party.
Joseph Brand moved, seconded by Robert Nichols and carried that Lavinia
Conway be made National Chairwoman of The Constitutional Administration Party.
Lavinia Conway moved, seconded by Audrey Robbins and carried that Richard Steves, Kenneth Barrett and Mary Sue Hubbard shall be the Executive Committee of this Party to care for its administrative affairs
and that their term of office shall be five years.
Robert Nichols moved, seconded by Kenneth Barrett and carried that membership in this Party shall be available to individuals in the United States for a membership, upon application, fee of $5.00 per calendar year and that the calendar year shall be the fiscal year.
Kenneth Barrett moved, seconded by Alfred Kozak and carried that businesses and organizations membership in this party shall be available upon application and a membership fee of &25.00 per calendar year.
Kenneth Barrett moved, seconded by Joseph Brand and carried that a Committee-Man be appointed to represent this Party in each State of the Union or other political jurisdictions and that such Committee-Man shall be authorised to register the Party in a particular state or other political jurisdiction and shall cause same to be done at the direction of and upon authority of the Executive Committee of this Party. Robert Nichols moved, seconded by Kenneth Barrett and carried that the Declaration 1956 be made the official document of this Party. Richard Morley moved, seconded by Alfred Kozak and carried that the Party platform as outlined shall be the official platform for this Party.
Kenneth Barrett moved, seconded by Joseph Brand and carried that we
Adjourned at 1:10 A.M., September 3rd, 1956.
J. Burton Farber, Chairman
Kenneth Barrett, Vice-Chairman