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5. Why is the Constitution the nation's most important document?

Because it has provided the framework for United States government and helped preserve basic rights for over 200 years

Because it is the document that first articulated America's independence from Britain

Because it guarantees a minimum wage and workers' rights for all Americans

Because it specifically outlines the powers of the states

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