Preamble Notes - Preamble Notes Preamble Is the Purpose of Our Government 1 To Form a More Perfect Union The Constitution was written in 1787 and it was

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Preamble Notes Preamble- Is the Purpose of Our Government 1. To Form a More Perfect Union - The Constitution was written in 1787, and it was adopted by the original States in order to link them, and the American people, more closely together. - That Constitution was built in the belief that in union there is strength. 2. To Establish Justice - Justice is a concept, means what people make it mean. - The law, in both its content and its administration, must be reasonable, fair, and impartial. - “Injustice anywhere, is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr. 3. To Insure Domestic Tranquility - Keeping the peace at home has always been a prime function of government.
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