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…ever exercised by man over man.” The U.S. Constitution is the longest-standing written constitution of all nations in the world, and many countries have copied its provisions into their constitutions….

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…republic with checks and balances to “guard one part of the society against the injustice of the other part.” The Constitution they created is now the longest-standing written constitution of…

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…the state National Guard units. In other places where the Constitution uses the phrase “right of the people,” there is universal agreement that these rights apply to the people, not…

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What did James Madison, the father of the Constitution and primary author of the Bill of Rights, consider to be the worst form of oppression? During the Constitutional Convention, Madison…

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…governed.” At the Constitutional Convention, James Madison, who would later author the Bill of Rights and become known as the “Father of the Constitution” for his central role in its…

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…to the U.S. Constitution, and the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled: “Primarily, governments exist for the maintenance of social order. Hence it is that the obligation of the government to…

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