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What features of the constitution make it flexible enough to apply to the nations today?

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  1. bill of rights?

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    The Amendment process has allowed us to update the Constitution to reflect the modern nation.

    Amendments have allowed women to vote, lowered the voting age to 18, and mandated that Congressional members' pay raises don't take effect until the next term of office.

    http://www.usconstitution.net/const.html

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