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The original hand written document does have some non-standard capitalization, not limited to abstract nouns. We can only imagine that the actual writer or perhaps with the input of the authors used capitalization where we might use bold to emphasize.

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Q: Why are several of the abstract nouns in the constitution capitalized?
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What kind of noun is not capitalized and refers to a class of people places or things rather than a specific object?

Generally common nouns,collective nouns and abstract nouns are not capitalized.


Abstract nouns should always be capitalized true or false?

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