America’s Early settlers left England
because they felt too manyrestrictions on their beliefs and livesfrom the various Kings and their administrations.They hoped to build new lives in aSociety that offered more freedom of thought and action. Over the years,frictions with the home country andthe imposition of laws from a remoteregion, became more and moreintolerable.
So grew a disdain for laws based on the “divine right of KINGS”. Belief turned to rights endowed to the CITIZENS
by their Creator. It proved a powerful concept.BUT . . . .
FROM THE BEGINNING, AMERICANS RECOILED AT THE
“DEVINE RIGHT OF KINGS”