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The term "People" which is a

The term "People" which is a proper noun referring to specific persons, places, or things appears three times in the Constitution all prior to amendments.

The term "people" which is a common noun referring to generic things or possessions appears seven times and only in amendments.

The term "Citizen" which is a proper noun referring to specific persons, places, or things appears thirteen times and only before the fourteenth amendment.

The term "citizen" which is a common noun referring to generic things or possessions appears nine times post fourteenth amendment and one time prior in the title of Article IV, Section 2 which is an unusual case if you look at the capitalization of all the other section titles and headings.

The term "Subjects" which is a proper noun referring to specific persons, places, or things appears twice.

The terms "Alien" or "alien" do not appear in the constitution.

Are you suggesting words don't mean what they mean and/or were not used for a specific reason?