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Founders of the Constitution

Summary: Essay that discusses the founders of the Constitution.
The Founders of the Constitution assumed that people were motivated by self-interest, and feared this reality. From this, a government was created that was democratic, but did not place all the power into the hands of the people. Examples of this can be illustrated and debated in countless ways. When the Founders stated that they felt that the average man just was not educated enough on politics to be fully responsible for direct decisions about the government, it allowed room for immediate debate. Other examples of how the government was created based on the Founders self-interest motivation include the strong central government being very much in need, especially since the weak government in the Articles of Confederation proved to be unsuccessful. In order to balance and insure a good government, the Founders based their idea around Aristotle's three principles for a balanced government. To even further...

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