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Did John Adams seek a written constitution?

A:  John Adams sought a written constitution based on unwritten natural law....

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a written constitution in the U.S?

A:  it consumes time and energy, the writer can mistake and so a constitution must be printed....

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Can the spirit of the constitution pervade the written constitution?

A:  Why didn''t patrick henery like the way the constitution was written?  When was the constitution written Retifield?  What is the spirit of the constitution?  Where was written the constitution?  ...

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What are silent features of written constitution in UK?

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If the uk has a written constitution is it doomed to failure?

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What advantages if any do written constitutional have over uneritten ones?

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Who are the people concerned in making the written constitution?

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What is the process for implementation of a written constitution?

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the separation of powers?

A:  First of all, the advantages of adhering to the doctrine of SOP are as follows; 1- SOP can potentially ensure that each of the three branches of governance, namely the executive, legislature and judiciary, are separated and therefore not able to interfere with one another. This provides the ability for each branch to check and balance on the others actions. Charles De Montesquie argued that adhering to the doctrine would ensure that not one single branch would be able to dominate the constitution, and Madison agreed with this view and stated that SOP ensured that not one branch was able to act as a ''tyrant'' over the others. 2- Democratic; This is a highly disputed area, in particular if we compare the US written

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What is the legal definition of constitution?

A:  constitution: The basic law of a state which sets out how that state will be organized, the powers and authorities of government between different political units, and by stating and the basic principles of the society. The basic law or laws of a nation or a state which sets out how that state will be organized by deciding the powers and authorities of government between different political units, and by stating the basic law-making and structural principles of society. The primary contract or law by which the government of a nation or state is set out and organized. The constitution is colloquially referred...