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    Talk about whether you believe that the Constitution preserved the principles of the Revolution, or whether it subverted the true principles of the Revolution?

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    The United States Constitution, as a literal document, absolutely preserved the principles of the American Revolution.

    When one reads the Declaration of Independence, one sees that individuals have inalienable rights and one sees how King George and the British parliament enacted unjust policies and laws toward the American colonies. Therefore, there was a Declaration of Independent and an American Revolution.

    The United States Constitution empowered the Bicameral Congress to have checks-and-balances powers equivalent to the executive branch, with the judicial branch serving to rule on the constitutionality of the laws. This constitution preserved the principles of ...

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    The solution assesses the principles of the American Revolution in connection with the U.S. Constitution.

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