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1780s: The United States Constitution is codified as the supreme law of the United States of America.

Today: The United States Constitution is the oldest written national constitution still in force.

1780s: The American Revolutionary war comes to a conclusion, resulting in an America free from British rule.

Today: The United States of America and Britain are allies. The leaders of both countries frequently work together on international projects.

1780s: Benedict Arnold commits treason, changing sides to fight against the Americans. He cites his love of his country, Britain, as the driving force that causes him to turn against his American friends.

Today: The term "Benedict Arnold" is still synonymous with traitor. Oddly, though, many Americans continue to follow and support his dogmatic principle of undying, unwavering loyalty to one's country.

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