Introduction In this chapter you have read about the Constitutional Convention and the structure of the Constitution itself. During one hot summer, fifty-five men argued, compromised, and created our nation’s plan of government. Despite the changes that have taken place as the United States has grown in size, population, power, and technology, that document still provides an effective form of government.
Destination Title: The Constitution of the United States
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DirectionsStart at the National Archives and Records Administration's Web site on the Constitution.
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