The Constitution Of The United States

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The words spoken by man have the power to shape and ratify everything in its path. We as a nation must procure a stance that will enforce and implement the necessary laws by any means possible. This can only be obtained if all parties are on one accord with an understanding that the rights of the people and their protection are our governments’ concern. The strong structure of a government can only promote strong commercial growth and prosperity. For the Americans, forming a new nation with its own values and beliefs was a very daunting task. It was supremely difficult when the members of the nation were holding on to the beliefs of the old ruling country. In 1787 the Constitution of the United States of America was created. Though it may appear to be not difficult to clarify the development of the US constitution, the procedure through which its shaping was fulfilled is a long way from simple to clarify. Prior to the Constitution, the Articles of Confederation governed the states, yet immediately nullified in light of the fact that they were excessively powerless. “The ratification of the national constitution was the founders’ political response to excessive democracy” unleashed by the American Revolution. Several framers of the United States Constitution benefited from their knowledge of the states’ experience and tried to create a better constitutional system, where the US constitution and state constitution complements each other (Shivakumar, 146). The proposed
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