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    In writing this book, Maier did not write from the premise of “for” or “against” the Constitution, or even “Federalist” versus “Anti-Federalist, ” in fact, Maier refused to use the term “Anti-Federalist” as it was a term she felt was used disdainfully by the Federalist and she did not want to appear as supporting a particular side. Maier was not presenting a theory or hypothesis relating to ratification, instead she wrote this book in a narrative style. Maier’s historical methodology was in…

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    The purpose of the Australian constitution is to provide a set of rules which must be followed by the federal, state and local governments. These laws are called supreme laws. The laws in the Constitution can only be changed by the country’s population having a referendum. A proposed change first has to be passed as a bill by the Federal parliament, then it is sent out to the Governor General for a writ to be distributed so that a referendum can then happen. Australia is a Constitutional…

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    you. Early in our school careers we are taught, if not in detail, about the constitution and the men who wrote it. As we progress we learn in more and more detail about the Philadelphia Convention and many of the key players including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. However, all the average students’ education on James Madison will include is that he played a role in the penning of the Constitution, how crucial his contribution was is often glossed over entirely.…

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    As everyone knows, the Constitution is so much more than just a piece of paper. Without it and all of the values it entails, our lives would be very different. This very critical document is made up of seven articles, the first of which simply defines congress as a bicameral legislature which makes the laws of our country. Article two describes the executive branch, and article three defines the judicial branch. The fourth article talks about the restrictions of the state’s power against the…

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    After a conversation in class that we had about the different types of polls and quizzes that pertained to the field I left that class more intrigued to see how I would fair. Particularly with the (I Side With) quiz. So that Friday night after I was able to get home and sit down, I polled up the web site and sat there for two hours if not a little bit longer answering all of the question in depth as possibly. From all of that came the not so suspiring results that were kind of a suspires for me…

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    government should look like to keep a strong nation. During this Convention, one of the main points was the focus of whether slavery should be allowed or not. The final decision was that slavery should be allowed in the Constitution. The founding Fathers decided to keep slavery in the Constitution because they felt having a united union was more important than having it fall apart with ending slavery, and because slavery helped economic issues with the northern and southern states. To begin, a…

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    The U.S. Constitution is a vital document to the people of present day America. It is the center point of many argumentative scholars and the secondary topic for awkward situations. It begins with the famous Preamble and the phrase “We the People...”. Although the Constitution had been conceived by the founding fathers of the new nation, its primary goal was to convey, to its citizens, an image of a strong Republic. To replace and surpass the infamous Articles of Confederation and “[ ] form a…

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    precautions while writing the Constitution. The reasons these precautions were taken was so that the people of the United States wouldn’t be oppressed because of any amendments or rules. There were many opinions on why/why not the constitution should be supported. However, the Constitution was altered so that we would be truly and undeniably free from oppression. Federalists and anti-federalists have many good and acceptable reasons on their beliefs. However, America needs a Constitution to…

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    to read, but very few people will be able to completely agree as to what it means. This idea isn’t even specific to documents like the Constitution, it holds true with just about any reading. When it does come to the Constitution, the question as to what it means is as big as ever. Tribe and Dorf start off their paper talking about the purpose of the Constitution. They believe that at its very essence, the purpose is to create a balance of sorts between individual liberty and the use the…

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    It this paper we will discuss three questions concerning the Constitution of the United States. The first question is; 1) is the government proposed by the Constitution a good idea for this country? 2) Is it a practical government? 3) Is it a feasible government? When at first, the Continental Congress had made for the government of the United States, the Articles of Confederation. Overtime it happened; that these articles became insufficient, and a new form of government became inevitable.…

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