What part of the constitution tells why the constitution was written?
The word ratify means "to pass, or approve". So, you're essentially asking which article of the constitution tells us how to approve the constitution and make it law. I think what you mean is "What article tells us how to amend the constitution." To amend the constitution means to somehow change it, which has only happened 27 times. Article #5 tells us how to amend the constitution.
Can the Supreme Court cite the Preamble instead of an amendment as the primary basis for the constitutionality of a law?
the constitution is never to be made to be ratified by states . in short terms if the states fail it is up to citizens to ratify the constitution. the government is there just to help make sure that the citizens do right by the constitution they solemnly swore to. is the government does not do your part that is when we stand then an act as the constitution and over throw now acting up…