Without an introduction is very difficult to understand what something is going to be about. That is why an introduction is vital to any piece of writing. Having said that, the preamble does the same thing, it introduces the constitution and it is an essential piece to understand what the constitution is about, and how it was made to serve our country. Many goals were established by the constitution and the Framers chose important concepts to make The United States a more productive country. All Six concepts were very important and Four of the main ones are To established justice, promote general welfare, ensure domestic tranquility and
One of the six main focuses In the preamble of the United States Constitution is “to establish justice" The framers included this to set up a reasonable and unbiased system of laws where it doesn’t matter what the persons race, religion, gender, or financial status is. Established Justice means that our government makes decisions to fix problems among citizens and our community, where one is treated justly and equally and is perhaps assured that their rights are respected by others. Today the Constitution gives the job to the federal system of courts and the Supreme Court. As Stated in ARTICLE III SECTION 1 “The judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme Court and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish”. The federal court has many issues to take care off. The federal court has to listen to the cases concerning the constitution, treaties, national laws, and of course settle disputes between states and individuals. The Supreme Court however has more power and can rule a law passed by congress. During 1787 many people were concern about injustice and unfairness of laws and trade. Many of those people wanted a nation that was uniform. That is why the constitution was made, and the preamble makes establish justice a key component to help people and citizens...
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