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The first line in the United States Constitution is we the people The purpose of our constitution is to put power into the hands of the people to let the people be responsible for their actions and their votes In the constitution we put power into the hands of congress into the hands of the courts and into the hands of the president no where do we put power into the hands of the people or state the peoples rights and duties as citizens in this country We state what each part of government is for and what they are to do specifically no where do we state the purpose of the people We need to have a bill of Rights in the Constitution to state the rights of the people To state what the people are not allowed to do what they have rights to do The two houses of congress have great power and should answer to the people The congress makes the laws of our land and laws for the people but doesnt answer to the people The Senate is elected by the state legislature and therefore answer to the state legislature The congress has such great power they are the people who try the president and others in cases of impeachment Since the congress answers to the government and not the people they are likely to become corrupt They will then be able to do whatever they like with the liberties and rights of the people To make navigational and commerce laws the congress only needs a majority vote The northern states have more representatives in the congress than do the southern states Since the needs of the south and the north are completely different when it comes to agriculture the north will benefit from the commerce laws more so than the south will because of the lack of representatives in congress The outcomes will favor the north
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