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The Constitution’s meaning is tethered to the concrete states of mind of the founding generation (or the views in place at successive partisan refoundings) and to the extant political practices at each founding or refounding stage. For them, the reason constitutions change is that extant practices no longer serve the needs of a changed economy and society. In the understanding of these political scientists, constitutions periodically need to be transformed to contend with transformations in economy, society, and culture. What is striking about this picture is its unsophisticated unders

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    How does the paragraph reflect the meaning of the constitution the time it was written?

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