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Q: What did the Founding Fathers promise the people to gain support for the Constitution?
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All national and state government officials must promise to support who?

omg! its........the federal and state! Yeah, and the Constitution.


What factors motivated the Founding Fathers' attitude to religion in the emerging American republic?

Many of the founding fathers were from England or had ancestors from England. At the time, England was having battles over religion. The Catholics and the Protestants hated each other and were more than willing to do battle over that fact. The King of England had established The "Church of England" as the national religion. The founding fathers recognized the error in that action and put into the constitution, "Congress shall make no laws establishing a religion..." or something close. They never wanted to STOP religion, nor did they ever say that states and municipalities couldn't post the 10 Commandments or in other ways support religious belief. They just didn't want the government to establish "The Church of the United States" as an alternate income source for the government.


What did the signers of the declaration pledge in the name of freedom?

In the conclusion page the founding fathers stated "And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor."


The Founding Fathers failed to eliminate slavery because?

They didn't fail; it wasn't a problem at the time. Slavery had been such a common practice around the world for so long. Egyptians enslaved Jews centuries ago. Europeans enslaved Native Americans when they first arrived, and when Africans were enslaved in the states, even the African rulers supported this trading.


How did the federalist promise to support a bill of rights influence the ratification battles?

The Federalist promise to support the creation of a Bill of Rights helped to weaken their opposition. The biggest fear of the Antifederalists was that a massive and powerful federal government as contemplated by the Constitution of 1789 would be able to take away people's liberties. Since a Bill of Rights would protect people's liberties from the government, this helped to offset the strength of that argument.

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Which of the founding fathers did not support the ratification of the Constitution?

Thomas Jefferson didn't support the ratification of the constitution


How did the founding fathers come to agree on the Constitution despite many differences of opinion?

Not all of them did. A number of delegates left the convention because they could not support the constitution that was taking shape. For those who did stay though, the answer is a profound willingness to compromise. Michael Montagne


What founding fathers didn't support the whiskey tax and why?

it was not the whiskey tax, i was the tea tax (stamp act)


In order to win support for constitution what did the federalists promise to add?

Bill of Rights


What political party voted to take God out of schools?

Neither present day party voted for it. The concept of separation of church and state was drafted into the constitution by our founding fathers. Public schools are part of the state, and thus cannot support any religion at all, under the constitution. If this were to change, the constitution would need to be amended.


All national and state government officials must promise to support who?

omg! its........the federal and state! Yeah, and the Constitution.


What do officials have to promise before taking office?

they must swear to always support the constitution no matter what, but they will have no religious requirments.


What was a result of the state of New York ratifying the us Constitution?

The documents in the Federalist Papers helped. The ratification of the US Constitution was dependent on the various States, including the important one of New York. With this in mind, several of the founding fathers of the new nation put together a series of essays explaining Federalism, in hopes of gaining NY's support.


What arguments did Benjamin Franklin make in support of the Constitution?

Benjamin Franklin made several arguments in support of the Constitution. He argued that the Constitution provided a strong centralized government that would prevent chaos and ensure stability. Franklin also believed that the Constitution balanced power between the states and the federal government, giving both necessary authority. Additionally, he emphasized the importance of compromise and praised the efforts of the Founding Fathers in creating a document that was flexible and open to amendments.


How do you use the word elocution in a sentence?

Many of the Founding Fathers were known for their elocution in support of independence. The speaker's elocution drew many to hear his speeches.


What factors motivated the Founding Fathers' attitude to religion in the emerging American republic?

Many of the founding fathers were from England or had ancestors from England. At the time, England was having battles over religion. The Catholics and the Protestants hated each other and were more than willing to do battle over that fact. The King of England had established The "Church of England" as the national religion. The founding fathers recognized the error in that action and put into the constitution, "Congress shall make no laws establishing a religion..." or something close. They never wanted to STOP religion, nor did they ever say that states and municipalities couldn't post the 10 Commandments or in other ways support religious belief. They just didn't want the government to establish "The Church of the United States" as an alternate income source for the government.


Do you support laws that forbid prayer in public schools?

no i don't i think you should be able to practice any religion you want in school that's why are founding fathers gave us the right to practice our own religion