This is a timely, common-sense and revolutionary overhaul of the U.S. Constitution, one which establishes, among a full slate of overdue reforms, a fully-functional direct democracy in lieu of our ineffectual, hyperpartisan Congress. In addressing the apparent decline of American society--runaway debt, over-crowded prisons, a failing drug war, kids in crisis--it shifts the burden of moral and fiscal responsibility onto those imposing the greatest costs upon society, linking together liberties we now take for granted with the duties that must attend them. While in some cases substantially enhancing our constitutional rights, it nevertheless reserves the protective function of regulation to the state. The document empowers the People to tailor their respective communities to their unique, individual values. In effect it recalibrates the American system of representation in order to reflect societal and technological advances undreamed of by the Founding Fathers, advances which permit us to personally customize our local laws in much the same manner as we now do our computers. Libertarians, liberals, moderates--all marginalized, thoughtful people will find here a common ground left uncharted, even undiscovered, by our current polity. If you're interested in exploring new territory for a wiser, open-minded majority, your trailmap awaits.