THE PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTION Name of the student Course Tutor Institution City Date Abstract The judgment from the behavioral phenomenon of the national government of United States in the recent past has left a prolonged suffering of the identity crisis. The observation of prolonged suffering is delivered by the principles of constitutions which legitimately describe the relevance of laws and amendment to the society of today's regime. The thesis of concern as to whether the laws are relevant or not. It is true that there is a wide division of thought regarding the influence of the previous amendments. However it true that there is an absolute discrepancy of the understanding of laws and therefore the possible impact must have been outlined (Pederson 2010). The migration from the constitution disposition is depicting unsatisfactory of the constitutional acts. The amendments to individual laws came by a reason. The assumption of this it complements the voice of the people on the matters of fundamental principles. It is true that the current amendments of the constitution represent a mature Republic. It is now true that United States Constitution a document written more than 200 years ago which entails formal laws is still relevant today in our everyday lives (Sottiaux 2008). References Conley K. A. (2017). 12 questions about the US Constitution. McKean T. Wilson J. & Pennsylvania. (2013). Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States of America: With that Constitution prefixed in which are unfolded the principles of free government and the superior advantages of republicanism demonstrated. Lexington KY: Ulan Press. Sottiaux S. (2008). Terrorism and the limitation of rights: The ECHR and the US constitution. Oxford: Hart. Wolfe J. & Moehn H. (2016). Understanding the US constitution. Pederson C. E. (2010). The U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights. Edina MN: ABDO Pub. [...]
Research Paper Students are required to complete a five page research paper. Each paper should include a title page and an Annotated Bibliography, which does not factor in as your five pages. Research Paper Focus Your research paper will focus on the key principles of the Constitution and how it is relevant today. This is a persuasive research paper where you will prove that because of certain Constitutional principles, laws, amendments, etc. that the United States Constitution, a document written centuries ago, AND the California Constitution, have relevance today in our everyday lives, for example, Supreme court cases, Congressional decisions, new local, state, and national laws, policies, and regulations. Prove your points by include the following: Background/history information of key principles of the Constitution (You choose which ones you want to highlight since there are so many). Focus on at least three points. Use examples to prove your point of the relevance of the Constitution today. Use scholarly references only. Write a solid thesis/introduction (introduce your three main points) and conclusion (Give insight and a wrap up in your conclusion). Write an Use APA format for the research paper. If you are not familiar with APA, go to owl.english.purdue.edu If you do not know how to write a research paper go to essayinfo.com for specific guidelines on getting started, writing outlines and paragraphs, writing a thesis statement, citing work, and so forth. Direct quotes should not exceed 10 percent of your written work.