What is the difference between the government when the founding fathers were around and the government now?
i am pretty sure that when the founding fathers were around we had a government that would talk more and work togeher bettter than now!
The framers wrote the constitution, and the fathers signed it.
The founding fathers viewed the government as limited. The government served at the bequest of the people.
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Why did the founding fathers separate the power to make enforce and interpret laws between different branches of government?
The founding fathers separated the power to make, enforce, and interpret laws between different branches of government in order to prevent government becoming tyrannical.
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 founding fathers were more concerned about overreaching government power.
Some might consider the capitalization just more formal or forceful. Others would say that capitalizing the term means that you are referring to a specific group of people, i.e. the American Founding Fathers, instead of a generic group of founding fathers who could have founded anything.
In the US, our founding fathers.
The Founding Fathers envisioned a government that would exist solely for their furtherance of the rights of the citizens. They probably wouldn't have liked the strong arm of the government our country has now. The NSA scandal would have been appalling to them, and may have elicited another revolution. As many of the Founding Fathers favored an isolationist stance, our current involvement in Middle Eastern affairs would not have been welcomed.
Founding Fathers created a limited Government because they did not want the rest of the world to influence the power that they have' and they did not want the common people to rebel against them.
George Washington didn't he had warned to not have a split between the government.
A stable one.
Leadership and their form of government.
A framework for government was needed.
From British traditions.
the govt founding father created is mahathma gandhi
The Founding Fathers chose a Democratic Government because they wanted the peoples opinion to matter. They also may have been afraid that the government would turn into a monarchy or dictatorship.
The founding fathers strengthened the central union of the states by creating the Constitution. While the founding fathers feared the thought of a centralized government system they were on a quest to limit the powers within each state.
The founding fathers did not want to create a tyrannical government, and they hoped that by separating the powers of the government into three branches, each branch would help to keep the other two branches honest.
The founding fathers feared an all-powerful national government (as England had been). So in creating the Constitution they felt a need to balance power between three branched of government, each with specific, exclusive duties and powers.
The founding fathers feared that a democratic government, with power in the hands of the people. They knew and discussed how all prior democracies ended in disastrous failure.
Shay's rebellion was important to the founding fathers because it pointed out that the government needed strengthening and it also pointed out the weakness of the articles.
The founding fathers were educated between the years 1776 to 1787. They had a firm view aboutÊthe focus on education.Ê
Form of government in which a constitution distributes powers between a central government and subsidiary governments?
Federalism is a form of government in which a constitution is created that will distribute powers between a central government and subsidiary governments. This is the type of government that the founding fathers created for the United Stated.
The Founding Fathers, having experienced life under English rule, were acutely aware of the dangers of centralized power. They created a system where the federal government and state governments share the power.
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a strong government.
A group of white men called the Founding Fathers.
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They didn't want a king, but to have a government where people decide who is to represent them.
The Founding Fathers were the political leaders who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776, or who participated in framing and adopting the U.S. Constitution in 1787-1788, putting the new government into effect.
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What did the founding fathers believe about the role of the government and speciffically the role of the president?
The founding fathers believed that a president was for poor countries that don't know how to rule. They thought only the Japs were in need of one.
one of the basic purposes of the government it to protect the rights of the people.
The word refers to the Unites States Government, as designed by the founding fathers.
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somebody would over rule
Primarily because that is the form of government the 'founding fathers' chose.
The goal of the founding fathers for the new government under the US Constitution are contained in the?
What principles of government was there a consensus on among the founding fathers at the constitutional convention?
They couldn't breath!
Too big a Government !
No , they mistrusted big government, like we have now.
How did England help create our goverment
How did the founding fathers create federalism
no.none of the founding fathers have pets