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According to Charles Beard the Constitution was an "economical" document rather than a "political" document. Essentially his thesis is that the Constitution was written by a bunch of rich, land owning white guys, in order to benefit rich, land owning white guys. Even Beard admitted that his theory is impossible to prove, but his work, "An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States" is still in print and is a very interesting read.

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Q: What was the motive of the Founding Fathers for creating the Constitution according to Bread?
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In 1787 how did the Founding Fathers go about creating the constitution?

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God was not asked to sign as one of the founders.


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What did the founding fathers of the constitution do to become the founding fathers?

They revolted against the king of England and fought the war for independence.


Who or what influenced our founding fathers when writing the Constitution?

The Founding Fathers were influenced by John Locke and other Enlightenment thinkers.


The founding fathers did not want the constitution to be amended?

False, the founding fathers provided for an unseen future they could not predict by allowing the constitution to be amended in specific circumstances.


What do you call the people who wrote the constitution?

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The writer of the constitution are often referred to as the founding?

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Which founding fathers did not sign the constitution?

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