The men who wrote the Constitution designed a government aimed at resolving divergent sectional and commercial interests. In the process, they created institutions that balanced two competing forces: liberty and equality. To achieve this end, they incorporated 15 principles that reflect how political authority should be allocated, how the economy should be organized, how the legal system should operate, and how American society should function. This essay identifies these principles, discusses their evolution through America's history, and highlights where they stand today. Original.
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