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What is the consttution?

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The United States of America's Constitution is a very important document for the country. It is a guide to run the country.

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Establish Justice Insure Domestic tranquilty Provide for common defence Form a more perfect union Promote genral welfare(or warfare?) Ensure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and future posterty

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