anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
can someone help me? "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America." explain the significance of capitalizing the word "Justice" in the Preamble.
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jamiebookeater
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Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Hmm... I'd like to inform you that... this question is primarily asking for your opinion.
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Let's start by discussing what Justice (Not in the preamble) In general means to YOU.
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
Well.. I think Justice is capitalized because they wanted to draw attention to it showing that it is important. Justice is fairness in protection of rights and punishment of wrongs, meaning we have to defend our nation.

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Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Perfect. (My beliefs vary a bit, but that is no matter.)
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Usually, in answering a question like this, I turn to a definition I believe to be true, then apply that definition to the question. You have your opinion there, as well as the "draw attention to it".
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
You did not even need my petty help. :)
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
i was thinking that, because i just wanted to make sure if it was good so thank you! can you help me with one more? this one im stuck with lol
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Alright, throw it on me.
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Explain how the structure of the First Amendment supports equal weight of each freedom it guarantees.
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Hmm.. I am stumped here with you as well. X)
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
awe man :c lol its okay
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
I am more of a math guy, not really into social studies.
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
me tooo haha & this is actually for my english 4 class lol .
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
I don't understand how this is an English question.
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
thats what i was saying. .-. but idk lol
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Hmm.. Perhaps its something along the lines of: The structure of the first amendment insures the government cannot use their power to limit the citizen to a certain extent?!?
Ddos_Dragon
  • Ddos_Dragon
Sorry I could not be of superior assistance.
anddrea_x33
  • anddrea_x33
probably, but thank you for your help!

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