Constitution Preamble

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Nearly 231 years the Constitution of the United States was written. A preamble is a preliminary statement or an introduction. The Preamble of the Constitution outlines what the Constitution has in it. The Constitution of United States established America’s government and laws. The Articles of the Constitution are connected to the Preamble to the Constitution. The Articles of the Constitution and the Preamble are connected through Article One, Two, and Three.

The Preamble of the Constitution is connected to Article One because Article One is related to all the parts of the Preamble. In Article One of the Constitution, it states “To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers” According
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The Senate and House of Representative include people from all the 50 states, which means all different kinds of people.These people are from all over the U.S. which allows all cultures to make laws, this means there is diversity in the laws made. No law will have injustice against a culture or religion. These things put together means there fair and just system of laws, no matter what the law means it applies to everyone. The legislative branch is a system which makes fair laws, which means all the laws apply to all the people of the United States and there is no racism in the laws. Article One contains the legislative branch and it limits, therefore the Article One is connected to the Preamble of the Constitution. In Article One of the Constitution, it states “To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water” This allows the United States to provide for the common defense because the U.S. is protecting itself from all of its invaders. The United States legislative branch is the only branch that can declare war, so the legislative branch is able to provide for the common defense of the United States.…show more content…
In Article Three of the Constitution, it states “The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity” This states that no matter which case is in session or who the victim or criminal is, all cases are equal. In other words, every case is in under judicial power, which allows it to be fair and equal. The judicial branch is the branch that interprets the laws and without the judicial branch the laws would be misused or abused. The wording of a bill or law can often be confusing, which is why the judicial branch exists, without the judicial branch laws would not be fair. In order to establish justice, laws need to be interpreted and judged. When the contents of a law are used to “honor” the criminal's actions the judicial branch will bring justice to the victim and the law. The judicial branch does not prejudice, therefore they judge fairly and justly. The way the judicial branch works makes it so that it establishes justice. In Article Three of the Constitution, it states “No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.” This means that the judicial branch is the only branch that can judge whether or not an act is considered treason. This means that the judicial provides for the common defense by making sure that no enemy can infiltrate

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