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Constitution Flexibility and Origins

Summary: the American system of rule is one that is birthed of many influences. It borrows many of it's ideals from a number of succesful legislative predecessors. It can also be stated that the American Constitution was designed with the ability to change and transform into something mildly different as time passes, while still retaining it's framers desires to provide basic freedoms and rights to those who reside underneath it.
The single most important feature of any infant nation is it's written laws and system of government. The framers of such an article must keep in mind the demands of the socio-political world in which they live along with applying certain leniancies in an effort to provide a satisfactory document in the years to come. The Amercian Consititution is both a product of the time in which it was devised and an intentionally flexible plan for effective government in the future. It stands as perhaps the most poignant example of "form fitting function" of the modern age.

After the American Revolution, many former colonists feared that the new government of the land would be just as oppressive as the British hand that had held them just a few short years before. The Articles of Confederation were drawn up as weak and decentralized as possible in order...

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