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    order to persuade readers to believe their ideology. On June 21, 1788, the United States Constitution was ratified. This ratification would provide numerous points of debate for historians, for society was divided into two groups: the strict interpretationists and loose interpretationists. The division into two groups created two sides; therefore, ultimately creating a trivial subject for historians. The Constitution was a work of compromise, for delegates like James Madison and William…

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    USS Constitution

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    The USS Constitution was a fine ship that served its purpose very well. Without it America wouldn’t have won all of the naval battles that gave us victory in the War of 1812 and we could still be under British rule. It was given a name that has stuck throughout the years. And still serves in the United States Navy to this day. And now serves as a tourist attraction and a history lesson. This ship is a huge history lesson. With the war on the barbarians the US ordered that six frigates…

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    Between many constitutions there are many differences and also their is some similarities. The two constitutions that have the most differences and similarities are the Iroquois and the United States Constitution. The Iroquois Constitution was written by a man named Dekanawidah; who was a Huron man known as “The Great Peacemaker.” Also it was written in the 15th to 16th century. The U.S. constitution was written by Jacob Shallus and then was brought forth during the Philadelphia Convention,…

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    needed . The Constitution is a living document and can be changed through amendments, but it takes time to be processed and approved. ( Living Document, 2017) The actual intent of the Constitution is to be “ drafted and ratified”.( Original Intent, 2017) However, currently the Constitution is being used based off its original intent. Actually, enforcing the Constitution as a living document would be beneficial to the people politically, economically, socially . While the Constitution is a…

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    A constitution is a written document that provides basic principles and laws that govern a nation, state, or group. This provides a foundation for rule of law, power and limits of the government, and the rights and duties of the people. The United States Constitution was constructed on September 17, 1789 (Scott, 2016) and has influenced other countries and states constitutions. Several states in the United States drafted their current constitutions after the United States constitution so…

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    Arguments for a codified constitution The doctrine of Separation of Powers is designed to ensure that power is distributed fairly between institutions within the government. Today, there is much speculation about the amount (if any) of checks and balances made in the process of enacting and Act of Parliament. “The present constitution as it has evolved in recent times has become one of ‘elective dictatorship’, lacking separation in powers between executive, legislature and judiciary, and a…

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    1787, our states met to form the new constitution at the Constitutional Convention. The constitution is suppost to be strong but not too strong, nor too weak. Which is off to the states for radifacation. The reason for meeting was to revise the Articles of Confederation, our old consititution. The Articles of Confederation was too weak. They knew that we needed a stronger constitution but not to be too strong, like Britian`s government. The constitution has to protect our rights as…

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    United States Constitution in 1787, three influential political theorists composed and published a series of essays, referred to as the Federalist Papers, in an effort to influence the vote in favor of ratification. The authors of the Federalist Papers were John Jay, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton. The essays are held in high regards for their insightful and detailed arguments on the justification of the Constitution. They are among the most analytical observations of the Constitution…

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    Amending the Federal Constitution is not as easy as it may seem to be. The framers of the constitution have made it the formal amending process very difficult. These individuals believed that they would be allowing a future revolution to occur if they were to make their document too rigid or even if they wrote it so that it could not be revised to suit future time. The framers wanted to create a firm basis for the exercise of governmental power. At the 1787 convention, George Mason noted that…

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    This is a great fast past interpretation of the Colorado Constitution. This chapter in the book “The Constitutionalism of America States,” is a good representation of how and why the Colorado constitution was formed. Dr. Vicki Bollenbacher, the author of this chapter “two Sides of Colorado, Amplified through Constitutional Redesign,” goes into some detail about the history as well as the ins and outs of the Colorado Constitution. The thesis for this chapter to me would have to be the very…

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