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Justinian believes that the root of problems in America boil down to the battle between the elites and the common people. America was designed to be placed on the bedrock of the common man. This is perhaps no more clearly shown than when James Madison, the “Father of the Constitution,” lost a Virginia House of Delegates race to a tavern keeper in 1777.
He looks to the Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian the Great for inspiration for the future of America. Like Justinian, he believes that there needs to be a total reformation of the laws of the land. While he does not believe that there must be a reunification of the country by force as Justinian did, he believes that the populous must again look to put God before all else, especially the government, as Justinian did when he commissioned the construction of the Hagia Sophia.
Justinian currently attends law school in Ohio, specializing in contract and constitutional law and is interested in the growing “common good constitutionalism” philosophy.
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