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    whether the Texas Constitution should be rewritten or not. Therefore, here a number of arguments for and against the rewriting of the constitution are represented. The proponents and opponents of the Texas Constitution to be rewritten have strong arguments to support or deny the idea. First of all, the Constitution is too long and needs to be organized. It is one of the constitutions that have gone through many amendments making it more complex and the longest of all the constitutions of the…

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    Jennifer Ritchey Texas Government 2306 September 7, 2015 The Texas Constitution The state of Texas has gone through many constitutional revisions since the first was introduced. It differs in many ways from the federal constitution and has some provisions that are unique to it. The current constitution is continually growing and being revised as times change, to become more modern for our industrialized state. A state constitution dictates how the government of the state will be structured, as…

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    I Casey Nichols representative of North Carolina fully support the long overdue ratification of the Constitution. The Articles Of Confederation are impuissant and short-lived.An continued absence of a new document that conclusively clarifies our affairs will inevitably lead us to defeat. It was unquestionably imperative that we held the constitutional convention. The rationale is quite evident considering all the affairs we don't have elucidations for.It was primarily held to fix all of our…

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    byproducts of history, ones we “inherited” through trial and error of our previous generations. As so, although the evolving standards of decency calls for evolvement of laws, the idea of rewriting the American Constitution every 19 years elicit many concerns. First, rewriting the Constitution is unnecessary and impractical given our use of precedents and the power of judicial review. Not only so, there are dangers of rewriting the law so often because there are social risks and consequences…

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    the years, the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, fundamental law of the nation. But the generalized language of the Constitution is designed according to the doctrines set forth in the Declaration. For more than two centuries the galvanizing phrases of the Declaration have inspired people around the world. When it came time to draft a new constitution, the Founding Fathers drew upon the principles they had outlined in the Declaration. The Declaration and the Constitution, together,…

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    National Constitution Center. The National Constitution Center prides itself as the first and only nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the United States Constitution. On September 16, 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed the Constitution Heritage Act of 1988 which established the Center. According to the Act it established: “the National Constitution Center within or in close proximity to the Independence National Historical Park to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution…

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    America Should Correct the Constitution Over two hundred years ago a formal document was created to establish the basic rules of America’s government; what the writers did not know, however, was that the world has changed over the many years in between then and now. The Constitution was written in a formal language, which is difficult to understand today; furthermore, the document still allowed slavery to be legal. An idea brought up today, one that even Thomas Jefferson himself suggested,…

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    The constitution is a set of rules by which a country is run. It can only have changes made to it when the majority of people say yes or else the new rule is not added this is called a referendum. The constitution affect the government and it describes their roles in running Australia. A constitution is a vital part of country because it tells how it should be run. There are rules which you can and can’t do. The constitution in Australia came in to effect when federation took place on January…

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    Constitution, way to govern the country , was first made in September 17, 1787. After making of constitution , the coutry goes to the various stages of development and it goes on . That is why we are here upto the age of science and technology . Since that time we got into various type of political movements and we got various types of achievements which secures fundamental rights to the additional rights. We , the people, have got abundace of freedom and secureness due to constitution in…

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    Constitutions have many elements that provide the fundamental principles of a nation and how it will be governed, but the way it is designed is the key to provide a clear and precise set of rules for its state. The first important element that any Constitution should contain is that it is a well written document so citizens understand what the laws are and what they mean. People should not have to struggle with understanding what the constitution means because if they do then they may interpret…

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