what does "we the people" mean in the constitution?
A/ The power of government comes from the people.
It's slightly ironic because some people were actually really angry about it being we the people rather than we the states, like in the Articles of Confederation (the failed government in the US after the British but before the constitution)
The "framers of the constitution" mean the people who wrote the constitution.
it means that the the constitution is made by the people.
Clearly it is referring to African-Americans.
to inshure the tranquilty of us and our people
The phrase "We, the People....." refers to. and means, ALL of the people of the United States collectively. "We, the people" is also the first line of the US Constitution, and therefore 'stands for', or refers to, the US Constitution.
We the people is us you and me. The nation. All of us. That is why it begins the constitution. "WE THE PEOPLE IN ORDER TO FORM A PERFECT UNION".
constitution can do for people because people wrote constitution with government so it can help and changes for people future
Federalists was the people who supported the Constitution.(^_(^_(^_^)_^)_^)
Assuming you mean the United States Constitution, it's usually called an ammendment. (Ammend means change.)
16 people did not sign the constitution.
what is the 4 key people of the constitution?
The US Constitution was written for the people of the US. It is written for the people by the people