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    and Contrast United States Constitution and Iroquois Constitution The Iroquois Constitution and the United States Constitution are very different yet very similar. They relate to each other on many different levels. They both serve as foundations for constitutions all over the world. Other constitutions that have been made presently look back on these two constitutions and kind of use them as a guideline. First of all, the structure and tone of the two constitutions are very similar. Both of…

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    Government Vs Constitution

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    Reading 9.1.1 and from Federalist No. 78 in Reading 9.1.2, if the Constitution says one thing and a law passed by Congress says another, the Constitution must give way. In the excerpt from Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137 (1803), the author argues that the powers of the legislature are “defined and limited”. Acts of Congress that conflict with the Constitution are not law, and the Courts are bound to give way to the Constitution. The Constitution, in his view, is either a superior and unchangeable…

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    Many americans don't really know the significance of the US constitution or the reason why it exists. I am going to talk about how and why the US constitution exists. What the United States Constitution is, is one of the most important documents that exists in America and, it is a system of basic laws and principles that defines the rights of American citizens and sets limits on what the government can and cannot do. The US Constitution, separates the powers of government into three…

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    the comparative Nature of constitutions specifically the UK’s constitution which is uncodified and the constitutions of nearly all other countries in the world that have a codified constitution. Consequently this essay will examine the characteristics of the Codified constitution it will then go on two discuss the United Kingdom’s constitution and the way in which law’s may be changed in the UK as compared to elsewhere. Prior to discussing the Nature of constitutions whether codified or…

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    The United States Constitution is perhaps the most influential document in all of American history. The Constitution has various functions which serve to protect the citizens of the United States from tyranny and deprivation of the natural rights for which the patriots of the Revolutionary War fought so arduously to achieve. It introduces the separation of powers which divides the government into three branches. Each branch is provided with a set of checks and balances which help to prevent the…

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    1917 Constitution Essay

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    In 1821, Mexico would achieve its independence and adopted its constitution in the year 1824. His new constitution provided for a 19 states federal republic, one federal district and four territories. This would see power being divided by the executive, self-determination being recognized, equality law, freedom of press and expression, innocent before one is proven guilty, private property protection, agrarian reforms and special privileges for military and clergy abolition. The newly Mexico…

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    Two Constitutions: U.S. Constitution VS Texas Constitution In many ways, the United States Constitution and Texas Constitutions are similar. Both have a preamble and a Bill of Rights to protect civil liberties. They were written to form a new government with three branches, Executive, Legislative and Judicial. And both gave each branch the ability to check the powers of the other branches to prevent abuse of power. But there are also many differences within the three branches of each…

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    The United States Constitution is a document written to embody the fundamental laws of the United States. The first draft of the Constitution was called the Articles of Confederation, but the colonists quickly realized that the form of government the Articles of Confederation created was not going to work well. Consequently, the colonists held a Constitutional Convention, in 1787, the Constitutional Convention was held to amend the Articles of Confederation, they ended up drafting an entirely…

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    The United States Constitution, while intended to create a democratic system of laws in our country, does include several undemocratic elements. The original U.S. Constitution differed greatly from our current version, as many amendments made a profound change in the way we currently perceive whether or not the document is democratic. Certainly one could, in modern times, argue that the biggest mistake the Founders made was not addressing slavery; indeed, the original Constitution does not speak…

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    Comparison and Distinction of the U.S and Nevada Constitutions Xitlali Salas 1 A Comparison and Distinction of the United States and Nevada Constitutions As the foundations and frameworks for a government, constitutions play crucial roles in shaping the way a state and nation are run. While the Constitution of the United States outlines the way the federal government is run and act as the supreme law, each state has its own constitution to lay out the way its own government will run. It is…

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