The 1873 Network Values



  1. All men are created equal. They are endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights. Among these are liberty, life and pursuit to happiness. The individual is a driver of change.
  2. Life has no meaning and purpose without faith in the Creator.
  3. The sovereignty of nations is less important than the brotherhood of man.
  4. Economic freedom can best be won by sovereign humans through a market system.
  5. To secure the intended rights of men, governments are instituted among men and they derive their just powers from the consent, acquiescence and silence of the governed.
  6. The true purpose of business and human life is to serve humanity.
  7. The rule of law is more important than the rule of man.
  8. The Creator’s material endowments can only have value through human effort.