anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Several states ratified the Constitution only after they were promised that the Bill of Rights would be added that protected ____________________ _________________. 2.The Bill of Rights set a clear example of how to amend the Constitution to fit the needs of a changing nation. The ________________of the U.S. Constitution has allowed it to survive for more than _________ years. 3.Nine of 13 states had to ratify (formaly approve)the Constitution for it to become the law of the land, but why was it important for all 13 states to approve it?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
someone please help me im behind in school and really need help
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. basic human rights. Originally, the Federalists didn't feel it necessary to add a Bill of Rights since they believed these rights to be common sense, so they didn't needed to be added. But the anti-federalists believed the Bill of Rights was important, so that there was no doubt of what basic rights the citizens had to help prevent corruption. 2. (a) The ability to "amend the Constitution to fit the needs of a changing nation" (That was a quote I've heard before so you might want to put it in your own words to avoid plagiarism) (b) over 200 years 3. If I had to guess, I would say it would be important because all states needed to be in agreement to be truly unified. Hence UNITED States.
kalynne
  • kalynne
1. basic human rights. Originally, the Federalists didn't feel it necessary to add a Bill of Rights since they believed these rights to be common sense, so they didn't needed to be added. But the anti-federalists believed the Bill of Rights was important, so that there was no doubt of what basic rights the citizens had to help prevent corruption. 2. (a) The ability to "amend the Constitution to fit the needs of a changing nation" (That was a quote I've heard before so you might want to put it in your own words to avoid plagiarism) (b) over 200 years 3. If I had to guess, I would say it would be important because all states needed to be in agreement to be truly unified. Hence UNITED States.

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anonymous
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@kalynne I'm confused on why you re-posted my original response?
kalynne
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i didnt know it was the same i searched the question and copied the summary
kalynne
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please forgive me
anonymous
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It's fine. I think you happened to click on the exact question you were posting for.

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