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What idea did the Founding Fathers include in the Constitution that allows Congress to meet the needs of a changing society?

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The process of amending the Constitution in the future.

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The Founding Fathers included the Necessary and Proper Clause in the U.S. Constitution, to provide Congress with the ability to meet the needs of a changing country. The clause is found in Article One.



Yes, the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution of the United States.


Jefferson and Madison were the founding fathers that participated in the creation of the constitution.


Those men are collectively called "The Founding Fathers".


There aren't 4, but 55 founding fathers who signed the constitution.


Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are two of the founding fathers who collaborated on writing the constitution.


why did the "founding father"or"framers" write the constitution


They revolted against the king of England and fought the war for independence.


The Founding Fathers were influenced by John Locke and other Enlightenment thinkers.


False, the founding fathers provided for an unseen future they could not predict by allowing the constitution to be amended in specific circumstances.



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There is a difference between what being a "founding father" is, and being a framer of the constitution, as there were some of our founding fathers who were not at the Convention when the Constitution was formed.


the constitution has 27 amendments since our founding fathers made the constitution


The Sons of Liberty: our founding fathers





A framework for government was needed.



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