This is far too broad a question to be effectively answered here. The Constitution is a very broad document, and when speaking of "improving" it, one must be more specific as to the goals to which the "improvements" are to strive for.
Additionally, virtually any answer here would be hideously partisan, and you would be far better off reading through scholarly and legal Constitutional law and critiques to get better ideas.
Here are at least some of the concepts that the Constitution addresses, which would be a starting point for research:
Here are some possibly concepts which are NOT directly addressed in the Constitution, but might be considered as to whether some specific mention of the issue might be worthy of inclusion:
I've missed many, and the above are overtly broad. The best method to start is to pick a specific Clause or Amendment, analyze its impact on modern society, then consider what improvements to that specific portion might be made. Also, consider whether these improvements can be made without having to change the existing text of the Constitution - most "reforms" are easily accomplished within the existing Constitutional framework, and thus most proposed Constitutional Amendments are frankly irrelevant or inapplicable (or, at best, redundant).
the us constitution gave power to the us government
Only in the US.
It's your opinion. You can look at the US Constitution and see what the documents are. Then you can decide what you are going to change or add.
It means Zoos allow us to express our opinions to them for ideas to make the zoo improve. May
The First Amendment.
No. The US Supreme Court hears final appeals from lower courts.
After the Revolutionary War, the National Government worked to improve the role of government. The worked on the US Constitution.
what does the us constitution contain? what does the us constitution contain?
The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments which were all added to sway the opinions of more Antifederalists to sign the Constitution. The Constitution needed only ten amendments initially to have enough supporters to be ratified.
So that they would not, supposedly, be subject to the political pressure, winds of change and opinions- of the-moment.
The First Amendment does this.
british constitution differ from the us constitution is that they dont have rule
The element of the Iroquois Constitution that is least like the US Constitution, is that it gives political power to women. The US Constitution does not.
Is there a problem with the US Constitution?
who handwrote the us constitution
the us constitution goes across the hole us wile Washington constitution is only
The US constitution gave power to the US government.
The original purpose of the constitutional convention was to try to improve upon the Articles of Confederation. The convention eventually led to the US Constitution.
Yes. In the United States, the federal constitution isthe US Constitution.
The US Constitution was not created by the Founders. The US Constitution was written by delegates who attended the Philadelphia Convention.
yes, Florida's constitution has 57,000 words and the US constitution has 7,000 words