Argumentative Essay Of Tyranny

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If our country hadn’t created the Constitution, we would be filled with tyranny which was the one thing that the colonists were trying to avoid. Tyranny means that one person has too much power and takes complete control. In 1787, 12 of the 13 states got together to try and better this country. In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Constitution was written and made a guideline for the federal government making sure it would never become too powerful. Some may think that just a piece of paper would have no impact on them, but they would be in a world of shame if there wasn’t one. When Federalism, separation of powers, checks and balances, and big vs. small states are all taken into consideration, tyranny is prevented and our country will succeed.…show more content…
This is the legislative branch which contains the House of Representatives, and the Senate. In 1787, the government combined both the Virginia plan and the New Jersey plan, which was called the Connecticut Compromise. Each state gets a certain number of representatives based on their population. The states with the most population will have the most representatives. California is the highest populated state, therefore, they have 53 representatives. There is a total of 435 in all. Each one represents different parts of the state. There was no process like this in Great Britain. The one and only person that represented and controlled everything was King George Ⅲ. Not only do we have the House of Representatives, but we also have a Senate. Each state has 2 senators, regardless of their population. The point of Senators is to give the people of their state a voice in deciding whether to agree with a law or not on their behalf. Tyranny does not allow citizens to have a say on what gets passed or not. The United States made sure that there was no possible way we would fall into the category of tyranny by doing
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