American Government

Which influences helped the most to create a lasting, stable Constitution?

Paragraph 1 – introduction of historical influences of Constitution and thesis statement
Paragraph 2 – source 1 (philosopher) and contribution to lasting, stable Constitution
Paragraph 3 – source 2 (document) and contribution to lasting, stable Constitution
Paragraph 4 – source 3 (event) and contribution to lasting, stable Constitution
Paragraph 5 – conclusion: restate thesis and main ideas

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  3. Start with paragraph 2. Which philosopher have you chosen? Research him and take notes.

    Paragraph 3: Which document did you choose? Read it over several times. Research commentary on it.


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