Tentative draft of changes in state Constitutiontogether with reprint of Constitution of 1874
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|Contributions||Haight, Robert, Foss, George E., Johnson, Alba B., Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce, Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Legislative Reference Bureau|
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The framers of the Constitution said, “We’re only going to require the approval of nine states to replace the Articles.” Since state legislatures might lose power under the new Constitution, the ratification went through constitutional conventions rather than legislatures.
It was a gimmick that worked. Ratification got off to a good start. In Philadelphia, delegates to the Constitutional Convention begin debating the first complete draft of the proposed Constitution of the United States.
The Articles of. For the final draft of the Constitution, the Committee of Style condensed 23 articles into 7 and greatly streamlined the text.
The best-known example was the preamble of the Constitution. What now reads as “We the people of the United States ” had initially been “We the people of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, etc.”.
On Septemrepresentatives from most of the states voted to approve a ten-page document that became the United States Constitution. Byit was apparent to many leaders that the Articles of Confederation needed an overhaul or the union of states would eventually fall apart.
So Congress agreed to call a convention of [ ]. A constitution is the paramount law of the nation or state that constrains and provides the framework for the exercise of power.
In the federal and New York State constitutions, governmental authority originates with the citizenry and is based upon the commitment to liberty under the Rule of Law that gradually emerged during colonial times.
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It was adopted on Decem Page 1 of the draft of the amendments to the Constitution of the United States. (--/National Archives) Two-thirds of the state legislatures call on Congress to hold a constitutional convention.
The Articles of Confederation had required a unanimous vote of the states to approve any changes, which kept the Confederation Congress from fixing any of the weaknesses in the Articles.
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