"Recently Loy Arlan Brunson made interesting discoveries within our U.S. Constitution that seem to have been overlooked by many of our constitutional scholars and other governmental experts. Perhaps if Brunson’s discoveries were correctly implemented they could reduce, if not wipe out our national debt and make our present burdensome taxation system unnecessary. I feel that it is time that some of our constitutional experts and governmental authorities thoroughly review his discoveries to determine the feasibility of implementing them. I believe they may have the potential of changing the direction we are headed as well as stimulating our economy. I also believe that every American citizen should take the time to review this document and if they agree, then encourage their congressional representative to hold hearings on the feasibility of fully implementing Loy Brunson’s proposals in the future."
—Ronald M. Mann
Deputy Director, Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution.
After winning the election, President Ronald Reagan asked Ron Mann to head his cabinet and transition team as special assistant to the President of the United States. U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Burger recruited Ron Mann as deputy director to organize and execute the bicentennial celebration and to write a 150-page book on Constitutional studies. Under the direction of former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson, Ron Mann spearheaded the celebration of the bicentennial of the Constitution for ecclesiastical organizations.