Why Is The Constitution Still Relevant

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Yes, I believe we can still, even after 225 years, proudly abide by our Constitution’s inscription. This standing frame-work that everybody ultimately follows, the Constitution, persists despite advancements in technology, in science, in medicine, and in law enforcement. Yes, I believe the Constitution remains very much relevant because it pertains to the matter at hand. The matter at hand is us, every United States citizen and anyone who dreams of being a United States citizen. The Constitution is relevant because the Constitution undergirds our country, minimal complications have risen with it. And because of the difficulty in creating a whole new document that will be as effective as our beloved Constitution. The Constitution presents the entirety our government is and will ever be. The Constitution explains our branches of government: the executive, the legislative and judicial branches. It establishes the extent to which each individual branch can oversee, as well as the limitations each branch represents. The three branches lie in a harmonious triality, each has the same power as the next, and one cannot over power the two. Each branch keeps one another from assuming an excessive amount of power. The number of years the Constitution has been around is simply staggering. Two hundred twenty-five years this…show more content…
The 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln said at Kalamazoo, Michigan in August 27th , 1856 “Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.” I believe Lincoln had foreseen the great potential the Constitution had, even in his time. Though Lincoln was correct, even in the present-day scenario, we will have to make some small changes such as eliminating certain inapplicable laws that just are not viable in our modern
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