motives of the founding fathers when tey wrote the constitution

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When a group of 55 men gathered in Philadelphia, they would write a document which truly benefited themselves, the upper class and the elite. They were educated people and very wealthy people. (The reason that the people who wrote the constitution were all wealthy is because they needed to be able to afford to take off from work for such a long time to write the constitution). There was no popular vote taken directly or indirectly …

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…dealt in the slave trade. However, despite their subjective goals they made a constitution which represented the views of many others besides themselves. It contains many compromises with out which the constitution in its entity would not have been adopted. If such a large portion of the people were done unjustly they would not have ratified it. It involved the “whole of the peplel” as any government system possibly could. After all it was ratified!