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FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CITIZENS
AMENDMENT 1. Citizens of the U.S.A. have the right to work, that is, are guaranteed the right to employment and payment for their work in accordance with its quantity and quality. The right to work is ensured by the communal organization of the national economy, the steady growth of the productive forces of our society, the elimination of the possibility of economic crises, and the abolition of unemployment.
AMENDMENT 2. Citizens of the U.S.A. have the right to rest and leisure. The right to rest and leisure is ensured by the reduction of the working day to seven hours for the overwhelming majority of the workers, the institution of annual vacations with full pay for workers and employees and the provision of a wide network of sanatoria, rest homes and clubs for the accommodation of the working people.
AMENDMENT 3. Citizens of the U.S.A. have the right to maintenance in old age and also in case of sickness or loss of capacity to work. This right is ensured by the extensive development of social insurance of workers and employees at state expense, free medical service for the working people and the provision of a wide network of health resorts for the use of the working people.
AMENDMENT 4. Citizens of the U.S.A. have the right to education. This right is ensured by universal, compulsory elementary education; by education, including higher education, being free of charge; by the system of state stipends for the overwhelming majority of students in the universities and colleges; by instruction in schools being conducted in the native Language, and by the organization in the factories, communal farms, machine and tractor stations and collective farms of free vocational, technical and agronomic training for the working people.
AMENDMENT 5. Women in the U.S.A. are accorded equal rights with men in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life. The possibility of exercising these rights is ensured to women by granting them an equal right with men to work, payment for work, rest and leisure, social insurance and education, and by state protection of the interests of mother and child, prematernity and maternity leave with full pay, and the provision of a wide network of maternity homes, nurseries and kindergartens.
AMENDMENT 6. Equality of rights of citizens of the U.S.A., irrespective of their nationality or race, in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life, is an indefeasible law. Any direct or indirect restriction of the rights of, or, conversely, any establishment of direct or indirect privileges for, citizens on account of their race or nationality, as well as any advocacy of racial or national exclusiveness or hatred and contempt, is punishable by law.
AMENDMENT 7. In order to ensure to citizens freedom of conscience, the church in the U.S.A. is separated from the state, and the school from the church. Freedom of religious worship and freedom of antireligious propaganda is recognized for all citizens. AMENDMENT 8. In conformity with the interests of the working people, and in order to strengthen the communal system, the citizens of the U.S.A. are guaranteed by law:
a. freedom of speech; b. freedom of the press; c. freedom of assembly, including the holding of mass meetings; d. freedom of street processions and demonstrations.
These civil rights are ensured by placing at the disposal of the working people and their organizations printing presses, stocks of paper, public buildings, the streets, communications facilities and other material requisites for the exercise of these rights.
AMENDMENT 9. In conformity with the interests of the working people, and in order to develop the organizational initiative and political activity of the masses of the people, citizens of the U.S.A. are ensured the right to unite in public organizations--trade unions, cooperative associations, youth organizations,' sport and defense organizations, cultural, technical and scientific societies; and the most active and politically most conscious citizens in the ranks of the working class and other sections of the working people unite in The Party, which is the vanguard of the working people in their struggle to strengthen and develop the communal system and is the leading core of all organizations of the working people, both public and state.
AMENDMENT 10. Citizens of the U.S.A. are guaranteed inviolability of the person. No person may be placed under arrest except by decision of a court or with the sanction of a procurator.
AMENDMENT 11. The inviolability of the homes of citizens and privacy of correspondence are protected by law.
AMENDMENT 12. The U.S.A. affords the right of asylum to foreign citizens persecuted for defending the interests of the working people, or for their scientific activities, or for their struggle for national liberation.
AMENDMENT 13. It is the duty of every citizen of the U.S.A. to abide by the New Constitution of the USA, to observe the laws, to maintain labor discipline, honestly to perform public duties, and to respect the rules of communal intercourse.
AMENDMENT 14. It is the duty of every citizen of the U.S.A. to safeguard and strengthen public, communal property as the sacred and inviolable foundation of the Soviet system, as the source of the wealth and might of the country, as the source of the prosperous and cultured life of all the working people. Persons committing offenses against public, communal property are enemies of the people.
AMENDMENT 15. Universal military service is law. Military service in the Workers' and Peasants' Army is an honorable duty of the citizens of the U.S.A.
AMENDMENT 16. To defend the brotherland is the sacred duty of every citizen of the U.S.A. Treason to the country--violation of the oath of allegiance, desertion to the enemy, impairing the military power of the state, espionage is punishable with all the severity of the law as the most heinous of crimes.
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