Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Declaration of Independence According to the preamble the purpose of forming a government was to establish justice provide common defense and promote the well-being of every citizen in American and to ensure domestic tranquility as well as to secure the blessings of liberty to prosperity in the united states. The government was therefore formed to avoid tranny and to allow more participation in politics since the government will guide all Americans. The founding fathers also created the government to use the states as laboratories for new programs and ideas. There are various injuries committee by King George III enumerated in the declaration of independence the constitution sets a limit and gives authority and establishes boundaries on what citizens and statements can do and this gives a sense of direction to the nation. The answer to Churchill’s question is that the government exist for the individual. The basic structure of the government is essential to the preservation of the constitutional government. BIBLIOGRAPHY Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY Epstein Richard. "A COMMON LAW FOR THE FIRST AMENDMENT. ." Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. (2018): 1-48. Lopez J. "The rough draft of the Declaration of Independence. ." Rough Draft of the Declaration of Independence. (2017): 1/28. Paulliam Mark. "The Libertarian Constitutional Fantasy. ." Modern Age (2018): 13-22. [...]
According to the Preamble of the Constitution, and the Declaration of Independence, what was the Founder’s purpose in establishing a government? Give three of the injuries committed by King George III enumerated in the Declaration of Independence. According to the Declaration, from what source does a legitimate government draw its power? Of the 27 constitutional amendments, which ones altered the structure of the Constitution and which ones provide clarification on its interpretation? How are the powers of the three branches (executive, legislative, judicial) different? How are they the same? Does the Constitution rely on the rule of law? Provide two examples of this. How does the Constitution account for the weaknesses of human nature? Why is this important? What reasons does the author of Is the Constitution Important? give for the importance of the Constitution? The author of Is the Constitution Important? writes “our Constitution enshrines the principle that government exists to protect the rights of all citizens.” What rights does the Constitution protect? What is Churchill’s argument in support of a Constitution? How would you answer Churchill’s question, “Does a government exist for the individual, or do individuals exist for the government?” In your opinion, Is the text of the Constitution or the basic structure of government more essential to the preservation of constitutional government?