This essay is about the American Constitution during 1787
In 1787, feelings were running high. Freedom at last! However, the states were undecided as to whether to approve of the new "American" Constitution. Some state leaders claimed that this new Constitution should be "thrown away at once". Yet, others, like Robert Livingston, of N.Y, said, "A vote for it is a vote for clarity and sense." Let's look into this division.
At first, most thought a central government should remain weak allowing each state to govern themselves. After the Articles of Confederation, which proved to be weak, the process of drafting and ratifying a new U.S Constit…
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