Constitution Essay | The Constitution

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The Constitution

Summary: Evaluates why a constitution is important in a society
Every society has certain standards which ensure that its members' actions do not harm the same society. There are two types of standards, Verbal Standards, which are not written down but are taken for granted and handed down from generation to generation. These can be applied differently depending on the case. There are also Written Standards, which are written down. These are hard to change, but much easier to apply than the Verbal Standards.

In a Democratic State, the main set of rules is called the Constitution. These rules are generally obeyed by everyone. Other rules that the citizens have to obey are the Civil Law, the Commercial Law and the Criminal Law. There are also other rules that the members of the state may have to obey. These would be Religious Rules or rules in a political party or other social club.

The Constitution is divided into...

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