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Running head: PROJECT 21[Note: To complete this template, replace the bracketed text with your own content. Remove thisnote before you submit your paper.]Project 2: Historical Context and IntroductionMeira FreemanSouthern New Hampshire University
PROJECT 22Research PlanResearch Question: Why was the U.S. Constitution written?IntroductionThe U.S. Constitution is the primary law of the United States it set the national government and fundamental laws. It also established rights for its citizens. It was written in the year of 1787 and it took effect on September 17, 1789. Before the Constitution existed, there was the Articles of Confederation. The Articles of Confederation were rules of operation for the American government. It outlined the job duties of Congress which were control over the continental army and diplomacy, the ability to print money, and deal with interstate disagreements according to. The Constitution was written after the Revolutionary War ended because the nation needed a stronger government.