What problems did the US Constitution solve?
It solved the war for state power,the fund problems due to low worth in the money and various money-realated problems,and various other gaps in the Articles of Confederation
How well do you think the congress has upheld the purposes of government as written in the preamble?
Calculators have helped us in so many ways. They have made it easier to solve problems in a shorter period of time. Usually it would take us a max of 5 min to solve a problem and now we just type in the problem and it gives us the answer. Yes, it has made us dumber because we now don't really know how to solve problems the manual way and because we're so accustomed to…
A president can not rewrite the constitution. To change the constitution requires an admendment to be approved and the president has nothing to do with it. Considering the historical fact that the constitution has lasted 200 years it has proven to be the foundation of the United States. Men write documents and men are flawed so matter what man writes it will always have problems. Considering this fact the constitution is a pretty good document…
It's always a good idea for people to handle their own problems; after all, we all have problems. The US has lots of problems of its own to solve, without having to solve the problems of other countries as well. And at some point, it is just too expensive for the US to do so. No one is paying the US to be the world's policeman.
How does the Constitution solve the problem when a major US city is the scene of domestic violence and many people in the state are in danger?
During the American Founding Period, the Constitution created by the Founders was their attempt to solve both internal and external problems afflicting the young nation. Internally, the nation required a stronger prerogative (and means) for revenue-generation and resolution of inter-state disputes, among other concerns. Externally, the ever-present threat of renewed war with Great Britain (not to overlook other foreign nations) demanded greater preparedness and efficiency that could only be served by a more powerful federal…
The federalists supported ratification because they believed the US Constitution, by creating a stronger federal government, would be able to deal with many of the nation's problems. At the time, America did not have a common currency, states were in continuous disputes regarding trade, and there was no effective defense policy. Federalists argued the Constitution would solve these issues.
The US Constitution did not solve the problem of slavery, it merely put off the solution. As a compromise, it was agreed that 2/5ths of the total number of male slaves in a state would be added to the total number of free men in that state to determine the "population" of the state for purposes of assigning representation in the US House of Representatives.