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Q: What did people want before they would accept the constitution?
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What did people want before they would ratifiy the Constitution?

a bill of rights


What did many people want added to the constitution before they would approve?

A bill of rights


How can the 22nd amendment be changed?

No. To change the amendment would take another amendment to the Constitution. The Congress would have to introduce and pass the amendment, then three fourths of the States would have to accept the amendment before it would become ratified.


What did so many people want added to the Constitution before they would approve it Apex?

The people wanted "A bill of rights" - apex


What did many people want added to the Constitution before they would approve it?

Bill of Rights


Is it unconstitutional for one man to deny the vote of millions of people?

That depends on the constitution, and the reasons to deny the vote (given that constitution). For example in the United States attempting to deny 1 million people the right to vote because they were black would be seen as a constitutional violation, but by the same token most would accept that those 1 million people were felons (most would never ask what the 'crime was').


On what key issues did delegates have to compromise in order to create a constitution that most states would accept?

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What key issues did delegates have to compromise in order to create a constitution that most states would accept?

cmon sucker


Were not all delegates willing to sign the constitution?

That's true. Some people wanted other things included before they would sign.


Why did the founding fathers agree to share powers with the states?

The states were in existence before the federal government, and in fact had to ratify the Constitution before it could take effect. Since the states were all essentially sovereign, independent nations, the Founding Fathers could not have done anything without their agreement. In order to get them to accept the Constitution, the state governments of course had to share power with a limited federal government; otherwise they would never have ratified the Constitution, and the United States would not exist.


How did the delegates to the Constitutional Convention decide that each state would accept the Constitution?

dont know man keep looking sorry :(


Why did conservatives become involved in the Mexican independence movement?

The conservatives in Mexico-primarilly creoles and upper clergy-seek independence from Spain so that they will not have to accept the changes a liberal constitution would bring.