The original text of the Constitution generated some opposition on the ground that it did not include adequate guarantees of civil liberties. In response, the First Amendment, along with the rest of the Bill of Rights, was adopted. The process of adoption by ratifications by the requisite number of states was completed in December 15, 1791.
The First US Constitution Was Passed in 1823. This is not the one one we follow though.
September 25th, 1789
The first United States Constitution was called the "Articles of Confederation" which was passed in 1777 and ratified in 1781. There were many problems with the first constitution which led to the Second Constitutional Convention starting in 1786.
The procedure for amending the US constitution is precisely described in the constitution itself (which see). First it is passed by Congress, then it must be ratified by the states.
The amendments to the US constitution were passed to make the constitution more acceptable or to fix a problem that was found in the system established by the Constitution.
The first 10 amendments were ratified at the same time as the Constitution. They were ratified December 15, 1791.
the first 10 amendments, called the bill of rights, were passed at the same time the constitution of the united states was passed. There are many other amendments that were all passed at different times. why not just answer it? ^^^
The Constitution must be fair and passed by congress..........i think
Besides the main body of the constitution, which consists of seven articles, there is also the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights consists of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, enabling it to be passed.
The original Constitution actually guaranteed little personal liberty. However, the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution passed at the same time as the Constitution brought those liberties into focus and codified them.
On May 5, 1789, the Senate passed its first bill -- the Oath Act. That first oath, for members and civil servants, was very simple: "I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States."
The U.S. Constitution The U.S. Constitution
The thirteenth amendment abolished slavery in the United States. First considered in 1864, it failed to pass. It was passed and added to the constitution in 1865.
The first ten amendments were presented and ratified with the Constitution. The Constitution would probably not have been ratified without the rights guaranteed to the states and people in these amendments, which are called the Bill of Rights.
The first ten amendments are known as the Bill of Rights. They went into effect in 1791.
Some important steps taken by the first congress were electing their officers, elected the first president, and passed 12 amendments to the constitution.
the 27th amendment was the most recent to be passed
The founding fathers were responsible for the creation of the US constitution
The Constitution can be changed if Congress passed Amendments.
No, the US Constitution was passed and sent to the states for ratification 21
what 2 important things did the federalists do to help get the constitution passed in the state? Answer :The constitution gave the nationalists the strong national government they wanted, they became known Federalists!
passed with first class
how many amendments are there in Indian constitution? what was the last amendment passed?