The Three Tenets of the American Credo:
Political and economic rights which protect the dignity and freedom of the individual.
Constitutional government designed to serve the people.
Fundamental belief in God.
The American Credo
Right to worship God in one’s own way
Right to free speech and press
Right to peaceably assemble
Right to petition for redress of grievances
Right to privacy in our homes
Right of habeas corpus – no excessive bail
Right to trial by jury – innocent until proven guilty
Right to move about freely at home and abroad
Right to own property
Right to free elections and personal secret ballot
Right to work in callings and localities of our choice
Right to bargain with our employers and employees
Right to go into business, compete, and make a profit
Right to bargain for goods and services in a free market
Right to contract about our affairs
Right to the service of government as a protector and referee
Right to freedom from arbitrary government regulation and control
To personally understand and maintain the American way of life, to honor by his own exemplary conduct, and to pass this credo intact to succeeding generations is the responsibility of every true American.