The Constitution Essay

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The Constitution

I support the Constitution. I feel that this is what the United States needs and that it is our only
hope to get through this hard time. The United States will remain weak if this country does not ratify this
so important document. Our country right now is in serious debt. This proposed Articles of Confederation
replacement will get us through this hard money-less time. I support this Constitution with great pride.
The first reason I support this magnificent document is just as right now under the Articles of
Confederation, the country is falling apart. The country is in serious debt. The country has many
problems. The Articles are providing no order to the states. We need a new hope. States are printing their
own money making trade impossible between the states. We also need this Constitution to help stop the
revolts from soldiers and other people demanding money. The U.S. needs this document. I do not
understand why the Anti-Federalists have fears and oppose our future.
The second reason I support the Constitution is the United States will remain weak if the Constitution is not
ratified. If the states can not get along and agree under the Articles of Confederation, then we need
something new that will bring this country together. This Constitution will do this exactly. It will create a
central government that will control that states and keep them together. It will though deny the states from
entering into any treaties, alliances or confederations. It will also solve the problem of states printing their
own money. Thus, bringing the states closer together. The powers the states were able to keep and the
powers that were denied, control any one state from becoming to powerful. The Constitution of the United
States will bring this country together.
The third and final reason I support the Constitution of the United States is that our country is in some
pretty serious debt. The Constitution of the United States will give us a new light and way to go and get
through these barriers the Articles of Confederation are presenting. After we had finished this turning point
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