This sentence is permanently inscribed in the United States capitol building in Washington, D.C.
The first Level 2 is a noun phrase (also called an appositive) that includes the thinly veiled metaphor of the birth of the nation by the founding fathers through the well-chosen nucleus noun, offspring. It also alludes to the fact that this new government was the result of the will of the people—also called a democracy.
The second Level 2 presents the parallel past participles being used by themselves as adjectives describing the government. They are further interesting through their negative prefix, un–. What positive adjectives might Washington have used instead? Can you think of two that might have been more effective?