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At the time of the writing of the Constitution, there was no formal legal power behind it. Representatives from each of the individual states met to discuss improvements to the Articles of Confederation and ultimately produced a new document, which individual states later chose to ratify.

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In whose name is the Constitution written?

we the people


Whose name was the constitution written in?

The Constitution was written in the name of the American people: "We the People of these United States."


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What is a major criticisms of the Texas constitution?

The criticism of the Texas constitution is that it did not limit the power of government enough. The constitution of the state would be re-written to limit government power in the state.


Who has the powers not written in the Constitution?

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