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Q: In whose name is the Constitution written?
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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."

Whose name appears first on the constitution?

Benjie Franklin

What is the name of the united kingdoms constitution?

The UK doesn't have a written constitution.

Who was the gifted scribe of the US constitution whose name was not remembered until 1937?

Jacob Shallus

What did the constitution lack in 1789?

In 1789, the constitution had an option for amendments. That is why today, the amendments to the constitution are what our society sees as the loopholes in the constitution. Or our congressmen, anyway.

What are the features of a constitutional government?

A constitutional government is a government whose rules and policies are limited by a constitution. A constitution is a written document that describes the rules and principles of a political entity.

Was one of the framers of the Constitution whose name was Jared Ingersoll a slave owner?

Franklin, Washington, and Madison

What is the name of the US first written constitution?

The Articles of Confederation

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The bill of rights is the name given to provisions whose actual form is?

the first ten amendments to the federal Constitution

Does Venezuela have a written constitution?

Venezuela does have a written constitution, which was adopted in 1999. It has had several constitutions throughout its history. The country's full name is the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

When was Here Lies One Whose Name Was Written in Water created?

"Here Lies One Whose Name Was Written in Water" is an epitaph found on the gravestone of John Keats, an English Romantic poet. The epitaph itself was not created by Keats but engraved on his tombstone after his death in 1821.