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Influences on the Constitution

Summary: The political and religious experiences of America's colonial and revolutionary periods strongly affected the basic principles of the Constitution. These experiences included the unjust political control by Britain over the American colonies and the role of religious tolerance in the colonies.

The American colonies had many experiences by the time they declared themselves as the United States of America. Many of which has influenced the Constitution. There is much evidence that shows that the basic principle of the constitution was firmly grounded in the political and religious experience of America's colonial and revolutionary periods.

While King George was a corrupt ruler while he was in control of the colonies and many of his wrongdoings helped to shape the constitution. America felt that Great Britain was taking advantage of them and that the control over them was corrupt. So when the constitution was made, it made sure that the government wouldn't be corrupt or crooked. One thing that Great Britain did that took advantage of the colonists was that it made it mandatory for colonists to house soldier whether they wanted to or not. It is clearly written...

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