The Founding fathers brainstorming ideas for the U.S. Constitution.
Rule by the people.
Rights and freedoms for the people.
Seperation of powers.
Barons in England forcing King John to sign the Magna Carta.
You will sign it,
We want our rights protected.
We will split your power in half.
The Mayflower Compact
Just and equal laws for everybody.
For the good of our new colony!
Civil body politic.
This scene illustrates the main seven founding father brainstorming ideas for the new U.S. Constitution. Some ideas are, Rule by the people, limited government, checks and balances and rights and freedom for the people. The constitution was established in Philadelphia on September 17th 1787.
The English Bill of Rights, England 1689
What are your ideas for the English Bill of Rights.
Separation of powers.
This second scene illustrates the Barons of England forcing king John to sign the Magna Carta which was established to limit the power of the King of England and protect the rights of the nobility in England. Signed in 1215.
Common Sense by Thhomas Paine, Colonies 1776.
This third scene illustrates the residents aboard the Mayflower coming up and establishing the rules and ideas for their new society. The residents left to escape the English government so now they all want a fair and just government where everyone gets treated as equals. Was established on November 20th 1620.
The finalization of the U.S. Constitution.
Lets write this document, this will be a very important document.
This scene is illustrates the English Parliament (Government) talking about the main ideas of the English Bill of Rights. Freedom of Speech, No cruel or unusual punishments for the accused and separation of powers, or equal government. The English Bill of rights was established in 1689 by the English government, the purpose is to clarify the civil rights of the citizens of England.
No cruel or unusual punishments.
Freedom of Speech
This fifth scene illustrates Thomas Paine writing and brainstorming ideas for his writing, Common Sense, which is the first writing ti o openly ask Britain for independence. The whole point of the writing is to convince colonists to fights to gain their freedom from England.
We need to ask for independence from Britain, and if they don't give it to us we need to take it.
We will call it the Constitution.
The founding fathers creating and signing the U.S costitution,