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OpenStudy (haileynosidam):

The wording of the Constitution is a. intentionally vague to allow the document to survive changes in society b: detailed and specific to allow the document to survive changes in society c: intentionally vague to prevent disputes about the intentions of early leaders d: detailed and specific to prevent disputes about the intentions of early leaders

10 months ago
OpenStudy (haileynosidam):

@annkisa @rosierosette can you help?

10 months ago
OpenStudy (haileynosidam):

i think A?

10 months ago
OpenStudy (rosierosette):

Okie dokie. For this one, I'm going to have to say A. because the document was vague in order to appease as many people as possible in order to get the country on track. We had so many people butting heads on how their country was to be lead that having a vague document would suffice as many people as quickly as possible. The founding fathers knew that there were going to be revisions later on, but a vague document was the only way to set it up.

10 months ago
OpenStudy (haileynosidam):

THANKYOU SO MUCH !!!

10 months ago
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