Under the preamble as presented herein, citizens would design solutions to civic problems that accommodate each citizen. For example, no-harm theists and no-harm non-theists would appreciate each other on a civic basis as well as appreciate that their views on religion are honorable, individual pursuits of personal happiness. I’m not describing utopia; Christians would have to admit that their time for dominating civic decisions has passed; many citizens have "been there, done that" respecting Christianity, and find civic privations in Christianity. So called “black church” or "black theology" would admit they are citizens and contribute to living justice rather than debate on the past. Politicians bent on coercion would reform to show commitment to fulfill the preamble because just citizens demand it. The super rich would bring their money from the Cayman Islands under a just system of taxation that reflects how America facilitates wealth. The poor would be inspired to participate in cooperative autonomy. Nobody ever thought justice comes easy. Abraham Lincoln put it this way: "Why should there not be a patient confidence in the ultimate justice of the people? Is there any better or equal hope in the world?”Of course, Lincoln, in 1857, trumping the constitution for the USA (1791) with the Declaration of Independence (1776) did not abide his own words.
The signers of the constitution were in agreement on such views of Deist supported Christianity. The First Congress was in agreement for theism when they negotiated the First Amendment’s religion clauses and finalized the constitution for the USA on December 15, 1791. Alas, they needed a Buddhist among them to remind them that “we’re all in it together—every person” and a people must always collaborate for "the now," despite the past. Ralph Waldo Emerson, in “Divinity School Address,” 1838, shared Eastern thought, but more importantly the real notion that the duty of each human is to perfect the person living that life. Emerson was banned from Harvard for thirty years—until he became world famous.
In 2015, most citizens need to think: Citizens must accommodate every citizen, and seven civic goals are sufficient to agree on: let’s adopt the preamble to the United States Constitution.