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Comment: The Constitution was just about perfect

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The Constitution was just about perfect

After the Bill of Rights had been added.

The Founding Fathers sought a government based on people's law, in the balance between tyranny and anarchy. The Articles of Confederation was too close to anarchy. The Constitution was much closer to this balance they hoped for.

For those who claim the Constitution has allowed all that is happening now, you know that isn't true. People who want power would just as quickly have ignored the Articles of Confederation.

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