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    Three main principles of the Constitution are inherent rights, self government, and separation of powers. Which one of these three main principles of the Constitution do you feel is most important in ones life? Explain why you believe this principle is more important than the others, show an example.

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    The most important of these principles is our inherent rights, which includes the right to life. This means that as long as we abide by the rules and laws of the state under the constitution, we retain our right to life and our right to live our lives as we see fit, without intrusion from someone else, the right to liberty and the ...

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    This solution discusses three main principles of the Constitution that are inherent rights, self government, and separation of powers.

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