Asked in US Constitution, US Government
Why is the Constitution bad?
The Constitution of the United States is not bad. Without it, we probably would not have a country right now. If there are things that people don't like, the constitution is amendable! If people want to say that the constitution is bad, I would like to see them write a better one. People need to become active in their country and research the truth in issues. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution
Would the constitution survive without the amendment system?
no you wouldn't you couldn't because if there were no amendments there would be no rights for the citizens. if there is no rights for the citizens, people would be not allowed freedom of speech or religion and also the country would almost be like a dictatorship. ...
How life would be like without the amendments of the constitution?
very bad,there would be little to no laws and violence wil be worst then today ...
Why does the federal government of Australia need a constitution?
The Australian federal, state and local governments need a Constitution to follow so the country won't be in anarchy-in basic terms meaning without laws, the country's populants can do what they like. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What is the nature and scope of the Preamble to the Constitution?
It is kind of like an introduction. It tells what the people of this country believe in and what will be found within the Constitution. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Decade - 2010s
What would it be like if the constitution was never written?
If the Constitution of India was never written the country would have continued to be governed by the Government of India Act of 1935 enacted law during the British rule of India. This law which is considered mother of our present constitution was amendable as and when need arose by the Indian Central Legislature. ...
Why did many support the ratification of the Constitution without the Bill of Rights?
Without the Bill of Rights, the Constitution looked much like the governmental rules in England, which early Americans were trying to escape. Until the Bill of Rights was included to guarantee certain basic civil liberties to American citizens, the majority of people would not support the Constitution in the works ...
Asked in Politics and Government
What principles and ideals form the foundation of the American system of government?
The government bases itself on the principles and ideals stated in the U.S constitution. The U.S constitution is the foundation of all three sections of government in the U.S. A good comparison would be building a house. You have to build the foundation first, because without the foundation the house would come crumbling down, or actually would never be there. Just like the government, without the constitution the government would either be non-existent or chaotic, meaning in the state of complete confusion...
Asked in Flags
What does a flag symbolize?
A flag symbolizes the unique and different qualities of different states or countries. Flags mean a lot to the people of that state/country. What would the Americans feel like without the American Flag, what would Brazilians be like without theirs?? ...
Can you ride a motor bike on a public road without mirrors?
It depends on the traffic law/s applying in the country/area in which you would like to ride your motorcyle without mirrors. ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, US Constitution, International Government, Government
What right does the government have?
It all really depends if the countries government follows a Constitution like the United States. If a country does have a Constitution like the one of the US then powers are specifically defined in the document. ...