The Constitutional Democracy Of The United States

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Constitutional democracy was created to insure the rights of the people. A constitutional democracy consists of “ A government that enforces recognized limits on those who govern and allows the voice of the people to be heard through free, fair, and relatively frequent elections.” Debates revolved around one big question of “how to protect individual rights?” The founders had intense debates and wars in order to create a government that would be beneficial to the both the country and its people. There main goal was form a system of government that was strong enough to rule the country but not too strong that it will put the liberty of people in danger. For they were afraid to repeat the rulings of kings and greatly feared plunging into monarchy again, which had and always been infact once ruled them and all they longed was representation. The United States was created to provide representation to the people who resided there, it higley supported liberty, freedom, and justice for all, in other words they wanted a equal representation. They felt that a government would interfere with people’s rights, however, they also knew that in order for a country to run a strong government was needed. These ongoing issues and imbalances finally lead to constitutional democracy, which is now applicable in the United States and provides for everyone equal rights and laws to protects us.

After the French and Indian war, due to the excessive costs of the war Parliament decided to tax

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