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Pros and cons of Gun Control in the United States constitution

A discussion of the second amendment of the United States constitution, illustrating the pros and cons of gun control. Gun Control Gun control has been a hot topic for very long time. People on the anti-gun control side believe that gun ownership is a Constitutional right backed by the Second Amendment. The anti-gun believe that […]

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Charles Beard’s Article, Framing the Constitution

Charles Beard’s article, Framing the Constitution, alleges the members of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia were “disinterested” in providing basic rights for citizens. He stated that the framers of the Constitution of the United States were only concerned in improving their own economic well–being and personal agendas. Therefore, providing information of the events that led […]

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The United States Constitution

Our Constitution became the new framework of government to protect the liberties the American people had fought for and won in the American Revolution. There was much deliberation about the principles of republican government and those deliberation defined not only the American government but also the American character. During the debates over the ratification of […]

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Criminal Evidence

1. Identify several sources of rights. Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement; that is, rights are the fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people. There are many types of rights in our society. In addition to the Constitution, court decisions and statutes are important […]

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Creating a New Government

1. a. The main points of the Virginia plan were to give more powers to state government by separating it into three different branches, it consisted to have a bicameral legislature this meant two houses or groups of representatives, and suggested that the number of representatives for each state would be based on population. The […]

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Anti-Federalist V. Federalist Ratifying the Constitution

Many controversial domestic issues have divided the American people. The United States government has taken action to address the ratification of the constitution. The controversial issue that the United States was going through was with the Anti-Federalist that opposed the Ratification of the Constitution. Since the Federalist wanted strong central government and the Anti-Federalist wanted […]

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The Temperance Movement

The 18th amendment, “Section 1, After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited. Section 2, The Congress and the […]

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