We the People

September 2009
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;Sep2009, Vol. 79, Special section p2
The article offers information on the U.S. constitution. A constitution refers to a set of laws that governs a country. The U.S. constitution was written in 1787 by leaders in the Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, because the people wanted to have a single set of rules for the country. It comprised of over 4,000 words and was written using a quill.


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