The Preamble serves as an introduction to the United States Constitution. It was included to explain the reasons why the Founding Fathers made the U.S. government a federal republic.
The Preamble serves as an introduction to the Constitution.
False, the founding fathers provided for an unseen future they could not predict by allowing the constitution to be amended in specific circumstances.
because civics was to stupid to answer this
The Preamble to the Constitution is an introductory statement of the principles at work in the Constitution. Courts have referred to it as reliable evidence of the Founding Fathers' intentions regarding the Constitution's meaning and evidence of what they hoped the Constitution would achieve.
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The first of the constitution was called the preamble and was about the purpose of the constitution, the philosiphy of it, and was our founding fathers expected of the U.S. to be in the present and the future.
Yes, the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution of the United States.
Jefferson and Madison were the founding fathers that participated in the creation of the constitution.
The part of the Constitution which summarizes why it was written is the Preamble. It states that the founding fathers expressed a desire to prevent the abuse of power by government.
The Preamble to the United States Constitution contains the introductory statement of the documents basic purposes and overlying foundation. It states what the Founding Fathers' intentions were regarding the meaning and what they hoped it would achieve.
There aren't 4, but 55 founding fathers who signed the constitution.
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison are two of the founding fathers who collaborated on writing the constitution.
why did the "founding father"or"framers" write the constitution
The Preamble to the United States Constitution is a brief introductory statement of the Constitution's fundamental purposes and guiding principles. It states in general terms, and courts have referred to it as reliable evidence of, the Founding Fathers' intentions regarding the Constitution's meaning and what they hoped the Constitution would achieve.
There were 55 :)
The very first words of the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution shows the Founding Fathers' belief in democracy. "We the people" shows their interest in the well being of all citizens.
They revolted against the king of England and fought the war for independence.
The Founding Fathers were influenced by John Locke and other Enlightenment thinkers.
The preamble is the part of it that states why it was written. It says that the people are in authority and that our founding fathers wrote it to form a more perfect union, establish justice, ensure domestice tranquility, or peace and to secure liberty for them and their children.