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    In the Constitution, there are many different kinds of parts to creating it. The first part of the Constitution is the Preamble. The Preamble states we the people of the United States, in order to form a perfect union, to establish justice, insure Domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of Liberty to our prosperity and ourselves, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. After the Preamble then…

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    they left behind when they departed from the British. The Framers of the Constitution created a bicameral legislature as part of their efforts to create separation of powers and to more generally, make it harder for the government to do just about anything without its citizens at hand. Before the start of the American Revolution, the British levied…

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    Is the Constitution a democratic document or undemocratic? According the book “We the People”, democracy is defined as; a system of rule that permits citizens to play a significant part in the governmental process, usually through the election of key public officials. The farmers of the constitution wanted individual liberty to be first before any other political values, and they were highly concerned with their time and place. The farmers wanted the people of the Unites States to hold most…

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    Ratifying The Constitution

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    The Constitution, which has been in place for 200 years, but the framers did not get it right the first time, nor were the ideas used in it their own. The Constitution is a culmination of many factors, including ideas from renaissance philosophers, grievances against the king and England that lead to independence, and the failed government under The Articles of the Confederation. These factors along with the constitutional convention and ratification process molded and shaped our constitution…

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    I think the Canadian Constitution is very historically significant for Canada and our people, as it marks Canada’s first official statement and verification as a fully independent nation, finally fully separated and not depending on any other country to thrive. This constitution furthering that by enabling Canada the power to have its own thriving government to pass their own laws, as opposed to passing them onto Britain for approval. This also set the citizen of Canada’s rights and freedoms…

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    When the Constitution was developed and finished, the states had a variety of reactions and thoughts about it. Some states had a defensive and disapproving reaction, but others also understood the need for it. This is a document that established the laws of all the land and the rights of all the people who live in it. It is directed toward the many problems of the country; it caused many misinterpretations and challenges, the reason being was that the document was up to the interpretation of…

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    The constitution is the backbone of the United States because without it where would were we be in life. The Bill of Rights, or first 10 amendments, was created to define our civil liberties as American citizens. There is quite a history that surrounds the founding of the Bill of Rights with almost 200 years of hindsight that gave us what we have today. The major parts of the Bill of Rights are the amendments, the federalists versus the anti-federalists and how our world would be different if we…

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    The Constitution established America’s national government and fundamental laws, and guaranteed certain basic rights for its citizens.The Constitution divides the federal powers between three main branches defined by the separation of powers doctrine and provides a system of checks and balances to prevent one branch from overpowering the other branches. It delegates certain responsibilities to federal bodies and others to states. The constitution provides a government for the people, a…

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    The Constitution was a new and revolutionary document in America. It established the federal government as the supreme law of the land and extended universal rights towards its citizens in the document itself and later in the Bill of Rights that was amended to it later. However, the Constitution didn’t extend any rights to blacks. It doesn’t specifically acknowledge the concept of slavery, but it is still a proslavery document because it does nothing to end slavery and even has some acts in…

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    Preamble Of Constitution

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    The words of the Preamble of the Constitution was viewed as a promise to the nation by the American people.The Constitution is a plan for a government in the supreme law of the land . The establishment of the constitution was to create a fundamental structure of the government and set an idea of a country.The Preamble goals of our government was to establish justice,form a union,to and insure domestic peace.The foundation of the american government has lived up to it’s promise since the…

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