The Sort-Of-Economic Constitution
The Constitution was written to provide the thirteen colonies with universal rules, laws, and regulations on all concerning issues. Many subjects were discussed; distributions of power locally and nationally, enforcement of the terms of the distribution, taxation, and commerce. Throughout the writing of the Constitution, issues that concerned the economy, such as taxation and economic powers, were uncovered, but in the end, a central theme became clear. The Constitution was written to
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main ideas are clearly visible throughout the speech. Economic problems and issues are brought up, confronted, and resolved, but the division of power is the basis for the writing of the Constitution to begin with. Commager's theory rested on the fact that historians and researchers saw that before the Constitution, power was not regulated, but after it was, all power was distributed to all governments as well as jobs and requirements of being in power.