[ Read Online The Constitution of the United States of America Ø edwardian PDF ] by Founding Fathers ☆ The Constitution Full Text The National This Constitution, And The Laws Of The United States Which Shall Be Made In Pursuance Thereof And All Treaties Made, Or Which Shall Be Made, Under The Authority Of The United States, Shall Be The Supreme Law Of The Land And The Judges In Every State Shall Be Bound Thereby, Any Thing In The Constitution Or Laws Of Any State To The Contrary Notwithstanding The Senators And RepresentativesThe Constitution The White House The Constitution Would Take Effect Once It Had Been Ratified By Nine Of The Thirteen State Legislatures Unanimity Was Not Required During The Debate Over The Constitution, Two FactionsUS Constitution Constitution Annotated This Constitution, And The Laws Of The United States Which Shall Be Made In Pursuance Thereof And All Treaties Made, Or Which Shall Be Made, Under The Authority Of The United States, Shall Be The Supreme Law Of The Land And The Judges In Every State Shall Be Bound Thereby, Any Thing In The Constitution Or Laws Of Any State To The Contrary Notwithstanding The Heritage Guide To The Constitution The Constitution Of The United States Has Endured For Over Two Centuries It Remains The Object Of Reverence For Nearly All Americans And An Object Of Admiration By Peoples Around The WorldThe Constitution Gbushistoryweebly The Constitutions Main Structure Starts With The Preamble Famous Line We The People , Seven Articles, And Then The Amendments The Preamble Is One Paragraph, And States The Goals Of The Constitution The First Article Talks About The Legislative Branch, And The House Of Representatives And The Senate Called Congress The Second Article Consists Of The Executive Branch, And The Rules TheConstitution Lgifrance, Le Service Public De LaLegifrance, Le Service Public De La Diffusion Du Droit Par L Internet, Donne Accs Au Droit Franais La Constitution, Les Codes, Lois Et Rglements, Les Conventions Collectives Et La Jurisprudence Des Cours Et Tribunaux Il Donne Galement Accs Aux Normes Mises Par Les Institutions Europennes Et Aux Traits Et Accords Internationaux Liant La France It might seem odd that an Australian would list this—and if you look at the shelves I have it on, Americans may perceive one apparent inconsistency.
Folks, if you see 'odd' or 'inconsistent', you don't know the full story.


Because Britain had (and has) no written constitution, the Australian constitutional conventions needed to look closely at other examples, and high on their list was the US Constitution.


To be blunt, Australia's founding fathers (no women were allowed in) followed the US Constitution down an alley, mugged it, took its pocket contents, its hat and its shoes, turned them inside out, and claimed them as their own.


In some cases, they went the other way, as in the assignment of residual powers, but they drew on the experiences of the US in making their decisions.


The Australians were also canny about specifying the taking of censuses, knowing that the US census system was faltering under the huge population growth of the 1890s, not knowing that Herman Hollerith had invented the device that used to be a Hollerith card, but is now referred to as the IBM card, and that made for faster processing.


So just as our nation's founding fathers gleaned ideas, we can garner interest from it — if we know how to read it.


Not bad thinking and writing in it, either.
Extremely antiquated and obfuscated.
Predictable ending and almost always misinterpreted.
I'm hoping the 2nd edition is revised to make it more relevant and useful to the people it was supposedly written for.
Will an American lose his citizenship if he onestars this book? I'm gonna take the first step to understand the laws of the land.
Mabey if more people read and studied this book, we would not have the shithole government that we do.
WOW! What a piece of work.
Twists, turns, cliffhangers! This will really leave the Nation on the edge of its seat.
It's about time I read this, and so grateful.
Only as an older, experienced adult could I fully appreciate this expertly crafted work.
Got chills reciting the President's Inaugural Oath!

Refreshers from the original document :


"This Constitution.
.
.
shall be the supreme Law of the Land"

“The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand”

"The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December"

"All bills for raising revenue shall originate from the House of Representatives"

"The Congress shall have Power To :
borrow Money on the credit of the United States
define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas…
raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years"

"No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States"

"The President shall have Power to fill up all Vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate… he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses"

"No religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.
" Somehow I don't look at this as a "book" it's more of a document.
But I do wish every American would read it.
Get through the construction parts, see what's been changed over the life of our country by reading the amendments (the shameful attempt to allow slavery, the repudiation of slavery.
the change from senators being selected by the house to being elected directly, etc.
, etc.
).


Read, understand and treasure the rights guaranteed to every American in the Bill of Rights.
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.
note that, "The Bill of RIGHTS".
Then realize they apply to all Americans.


Learn and treasure what it is to be an American.
Every American should read this.
Particularly now.
Biggest takeaway: The Founding Fathers spelled choose “chuse”.

Seriously, though, definitely worth a read or reread if you, like me, haven’t done so since school.


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