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The Constitution and who it belongs To When Thomas Jefferson signed the Constitution there was a big reason why he believed it would endure Having written the Declaration of Independence based on John Lockes ideas as well as playing a large role in the Congress and being President Jefferson had good faith in the constitutions structure the beliefs it was based on and the people that would help to back it up In writing the doctrine the founding fathers knew that it must stabilize the current disunity that had been plaguing the nation since the end of the War but at the same time not become outdated or too unrealistic Thus one of the methods used to achieve this was the poetic opening the preamble By stating what the constitution was intended to do it can remain an important part of government In order to form a more perfect union reminds us to never settle for less to strive to be the best in the world Establish justice that no one person can be denied a fair trial and to carry out justice to the furthest extent of the law Insure domestic tranquility that the nation will be at peace wone another unlike during the Articles of Federation The list goes on To further insure its durability the Bill of Rights was written Also known as the first 10 amendments these are believed to be god given rights that no one wthe exception of almighty god himself can deny a man This way we can insure the states will never suffer again under a tyrant like Britain Because of this the citizens can have faith in the government and the people who carry out the law But perhaps the best test of the Constitution has been the tests of time itself Unbiased and never stopping or slowing down for anyone or any reason the articles were
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