The Constitution is important to ratify because it sets laws and principles that establish the function, nature, offices, powers, and limits of an organization such as a government, or charity. It also protects the rights of people, and of the states, by telling government what it cannot do. Even though the Articles of Confederation did not work out the way it was planned, the Constitution is an improved, fixed Articles of Confederation.
The Constitution will improve our country and government
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