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The Constitution begins with the memorable phrase “We the People.” With these words, the delegates announced that the Constitution based its authority on the people themselves. The power to form the government did not come from the states or the existing government. It did not come from a sovereign ruler appointed by God. Instead, the power came from ordinary Americans.
First, the delegates wanted to “form a more perfect Union.” What did the delegates mean by this? They wanted the states to cooperate with each other. They also wanted to create a strong relationship between the states and the national government.
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ecure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.” By “posterity,” the delegates meant the generations that would come after them. They wanted the government to protect the freedoms gained in the American Revolution and preserve them for Americans to enjoy in the future.
They also wanted to create a strong relationship between the states and the national government.
Finally, the delegates hoped to “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.”
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