5. Respect and obey the rules, regulations and guidelines. These are mutually accepted rules, regulations and guidelines by which, together, we maintain a fully operational organization. These rules, regulations and guidelines are the foundation of an organization. That foundation should provide an orderly process for changing these rules, regulations and guidelines. It also depends on your obeying these rules, regulations and guidelines once they have been freely adopted.
6. Respect the property of others, both private and public. No one has the right to what is not his or hers. The right to enjoy what is yours depends on your respecting the right of others to enjoy what is theirs.
7. Share with others your appreciation of the benefits and obligations of your rights. Rights shared are rights strengthened.
8. Participate constructively in the organizational life. An organization depends on active and regular service. It depends equally on an adequately informed personnel -- both paid and unpaid.
9. Help your rights survive by assuming responsibility for their defense. Your rights cannot survive unless you defend them. Their security rests on the individual determination of each of us to help preserve them.
10. Respect the rights and meet the responsibilities on which your organization depends. This is the essence of a functioning organization. Maintaining it requires our common effort, all together and each of us individually.