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The American Founding Fathers

Summary: This essay discusses the conflicts between the American founding fathers in creating the United States Constitution. Examines the Constitution as th fulfillment of the goals of the American Revolution. Discusses how compromise led to the successful completion of the document.
The members of the founding generation were responsible for the fate of American History. In the aftermath of the American revolution Americas first written system of government was the Articles of confederation. However, as the power of the state was strengthened the central government was weakened. As a result, the conflict arose whether or not to instate a new Constitution. In Founding Brothers, Joseph J. Ellis analyzes how our leading men worked to resolve the dilemma that would make or break America.

As the American republic emerged, conflict arose among the founding fathers arose as well. The most considerable point of disagreement was in the issue of power. Under the Articles of Confederation, the nation was suffering significantly. For instance, they lacked central control. They could not regulate trade, tax, currency, or matters like such.. There was minimal federal collaboration, and in essence, each state ran as an...

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