There are many documents that add to what we are as a civilization. There are also some that take away from it. By design, I have intentionally left out religious texts like The Bible or Bhagavad Gita as they are important in more of a personal way. This list will continue, in no particular order, as I think:
This link will take you to a copy of the official document from the U.S Army for the way citizens are to be moved into camps, checked in by social security number and separated by several means including political leanings. This is allegedly only set up for emergencies which very well may be the intent. Make no mistake, whatever the true reason, there is a plan to isolate political activists and even reeducate them. Sound unlikely? Take a look for yourself by clicking the link below or searching online. This is an actual document on file at the Library of Congress if you need better sourcing.
The U.S. Constitution is the foundation for our country here in the states. I believe that there is real value in the original document. This is an easy to navigate link to the U.S Constitution:
Romeo & Juliet
The reason I include this play is because there are but few examples of the true power of love. Not the Celine Dion kind but how true love can threaten empires and the lengths we will go to in order to secure that love. This story holds truth about our humanity.
I Have a Dream
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that will hopefully be realized on day. His passion and rhythmic speech make the contents of his words ring loud throughout the years.