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CDRAFTING THE U.S. CONSTITUTIONEthical and Moral Issues1
Historical Lenses and History’s ValueI believe that the political, technological, and social lenses can be applied to my topic. Ethical and moral issues arose from biases, personal interests, cultural interests, and legal disputes. The ethics and morals applied were based on the delegate’s and who he represented interests. Religion also played a major role in most of the decisions made (ethically). The communication between each delegate and state relied on their form of technology. At that time, the technology they had was far from what we have now. “The Declaration also gives the Constitution its moral purpose “2
The U. S. ContstitutionThere is no doubt that the U.S. Constitution was a major historical landmark. The drafting was not simply written with a black and white mindset. There were moral and ethical issues that arose. What morals and ethics were applied and where did they derive from?3
Political, Technological, and Social Lenses…I believe that the political, technological, and social lenses can be applied to my topic. Ethical and moral issues arose from biases, personal interests, cultural interests, and legal disputes. The ethics and morals applied were based on the delegate’s and who he represented interests. Religion also played a major role in most of the decisions made (ethically). The communication between each delegate and state relied on their form of technology. At that time, the technology they had was far from what we have now. 4
Political Lens…Political lens: “Delegates from larger states wanted population to determine how many representatives a state could send to Congress, while small states called for equal representation. The issue was resolved by the

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