Paul Harvey Collins was the son of an Island Boy who was raised on Sullivan's Island South Carolina. When he was in High School he and a friend from the upper part of the State were on a Civics Class trip to the South Carolina legislature at the same time. They were t impressed by the workings of government and decided to enter politics as a career. They made their life's work the improvement of government. After college and law school they were elected to the South Carolina legislature and made important changes to the governments of several areas of the State. They reduced the number of governments and reduced the size of the governments by mergers of governments. This achievement lower the overhead cost of government and improved the effectiveness of the governments. They were elected to the Federal Congress and were very dissatisfied with their ability to get things done. The Congress remained a Do Nothing Congress, but they were able to get other States to merge county and city governments and reduce overhead cost. Paul Harvey Collins was elected President and greatly improved the Executive Branch of the government. He reduced overhead cost of that Branch. He was able to improve governments in the Islamic world and bring Peace and Prosperity to the world. Near the end of his second term as President he was able to have a Constitutional Convention that provided a new effective and efficient method of government for the United States of America. The new Constitution provided a unicameral legislature of a Senate with the one hundred members elected from near equal population Senate Districts. The Senate appointed the President who served like a Chief Executive Officer in a corporation. The President served at the pleasure of the Senate as a Chief Executive Officer serves at the pleasure of the Board of the Corporation. The people elect the legislature like the stock holders of a corporation elects the Board. The story of Paul Harvey Collins life is total by him to a well-kwn Presidential Biography. The story begins in the Paul Harvey Collins Presidential Library on the campus of the University of South Carolina.