The Creation of the United States Constitution: Was It Based on Compromises, or Consensus?
Although the US Constitution was created moderately with consensus, it was largely established on compromises. There was much rebelling and it was realized that a new, stronger constitution was necessary. It was indispensable to bring several hot issues to compromise, including elections, slave importation, and the bill of rights. The authors of the Constitution were building for the future as well as the present. They were keenly aware of the need for a structure of government that would work not only in their lifetime but for generations to come. …
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