What are the similarities between the United States constitution and the constitution of the confederate states of the America?
The Confederate Constitution was almost exactly the same as the American, only naming slavery outright and supporting it.
Constitution of the United States
both are a constitution. both have constitution. both have laws.
Each state has it's own constitution. Each one has similarities and difference with the US constitution.
They both have a senate
As the UK does not have a written constitution there are none at all.
The Confederate Constitution contained a number of small changes to the US Constitution. The major difference, however, was that it endorsed slavery and racial inequality. It also specifically outlawed secession.
The Confederate Constitution was enforced on March 11, 1861. The Confederacy also operated under a Provisional Constitution from February 8, 1861 to March 11, 1861.
They both had a form of federal government, even though there was more "state power" in the Confederate States, as noted in the Confederate preamble. The Confederate document was basically a copy of the US Constitution, except for some pointed changes: the term of the president was 6 years, bills in Congress were restricted from having non-germane amendments, and (pointedly) industry could not be supported by tariffs.
Alexander Stephens was the vice president of the Confederacy and his most significant achievement was writing much of the Confederate constitution. The US Constitution was the model for the Confederate one. He was a member of the Georgia secession convention and voted against leaving the Union.
The first amendment from the us constitution and articles 13, 14, and 15 fromt he Russian soviet constitution of 1918.
Similarities: Both contain Bill of Rights, Separation of Powers, Bicameral Legislature Differences: ?
judicial, executive, legislative
Their own Constitution
the Confederate constitution banned the importation of slaves into its states from outside countries, well before the US
Two key goals of the confederate
Both consist of a House of Representatives and a Senate and each constitution gives power to the Judicial Branch.
there is nothing different about them they are the same
The Confederate Constitution prohibited the international slave trade but permitted the domestic institution without restriction and forbade any Confederate state to abolish it.
For all practical purposes, the Confederate Constitution was modeled after the US Constitution. Major exceptions were that slavery was legal and no state could secede.
The Confederate Constitution was primarily a copy of the United States Constitution with some key changes, primarily involving the permanent legalization of slavery and restricting the power of Congress to act in the general welfare. There were, for instance, three branches of government, including a Supreme Court and bicameral Congress
The constitution for the confederate states was of course what the u.s didn't allow them to have such as slavery, In doing so they let the Americans progress in technology leaving them in an era of time. Now the u.s constitution had limits where as to the confederates were doing as they please.