United States Constitution Essay | Student Essay

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The Constitution

Summary: Explores the history of the United States Constitution. Describes the preparations for the writing of the document and how the delegates at the Constitutional Convention sought solutions to many of their problems through compromise.
To form a great document you must first ask questions. Let's take the Constitution for example. This document was full of conflict but in the end the delegates formed compromises. At the Constitutional Convention there arose some questions. How would the powers of the states be protected? How would the central government's power be limited do that it could not take away peoples rights? How would the legislature be chosen? Should slaves be counted as population in the states? And, how would the President be elected? Solutions to these questions were answered in a series of Compromises which led to our Constitution. These compromises involved State vs. National Power, Representation, Slavery, and the Presidency.

Under the Articles of Confederation our first 13 states of America obtained two levels of government. The first type of government in America was based on State government. State government consists of small constitutions that...

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