Different people would give different answers to that question. There is no one right answer. My answer would be that it represents the hopes and dreams and aspirations of the American people from the time of the founding to the present day; it represents the yearning of a free people to have a free government answerable to them but strong enough to effect the proper purposes of government and it represent the absolute genius of the men who framed it, the first such government in over two thousand years. Of course, the question, "What does it represent?" is very different from the question, "What is it?"
The U.S. Constitution provided for a bicameral congress. The Senate was meant to represent the states, and the House of Representatives was designed to represent the people.
the Judicial branch
Nigeria 1999 constitution is not an autochthonous constitution because the constitution was drafted by humanistic galaxy of mobs ( mobocrats) or militocrats - that never represent the interest of the common man but represent the tyrannical kleptomaniac and voracious thievery interest of the drafter- the military.
Independence Hall represents the signing of the constitution. It can also represent where the liberty bell is.
to represent the duty an obligation of government
On the contrary, the Constitution requires members of Congress to be residents of the States which they represent.
The Liberty Bell
more populated states
No. 90% of the people were farmers. The 55 men writing the constitution were planters, lawyers, and professional .
A Constitution based federal republic is a system in which the people vote for government officials to represent themselves that will be held accountable based on the laws of the Constitution.
If you are talking about the US constitution, I would not have thought so. After all the Supreme Court interprets the modern day meaning of the constitution on a daily basis.
They were large land owners, wealthy merchants, and professionals who were in support of the Constitution.
the alliance among the five nations
The council fire in the Iroquois Constitution is a way of describing local village governments. Representatives of the local council fires attend larger council fires to represent the local interests of their people.
The main principle in the U.S. Constitution is DIVIDED powers. The President has certain powers, but cannot interfere in the Legislature. The Legislature has certain specific ("enumerated") and limited powers. In the original Constitution, the House of Representatives were to represent the people, while the Senate was to represent the independent State governments. The passage of the 17th Amendment greatly altered the "checks and balances" of the Constitution.
The United States Constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788. It was the states that voted, by sending delegates to convention to represent them.
the comfort of being ruled by the council
we needed a central voice to represent america