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Kansas City is located along the border of Missouri and Kansas, and the city is split in two by the border. The city is located at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers. Kansas City is often referred to as the Heart of America because of its central location both in regard to national geography and population. Louis, Missouri is the second largest city in the state, and is the largest metropolitan area.
Louis is what is referred to as an Independent City, meaning that the city does not belong to a county. The most common nickname of St. Louis is the Gateway to the West, because of its historical importance as a staging ground for American Westward Expansion.
Louis is home to three professional sports teams: The most notable landmark in St. Louis is, by far, the Gateway Arch, a foot tall arch structure located along the Mississippi River. Springfield, Missouri is located in the southwestern region of the state, and is the third largest city in Missouri. The city is located on the Ozark Plateau, and is nicknamed the Queen of the Ozarks.
The economy of Springfield, Missouri revolves around education, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, and tourism, and the largest employers in the area are CoxHealth and the Mercy Health System.
Wal-Mart is the third largest employer. O'Reilly Autoparts is based in the city. Independence Missouri is a suburb of Kansas City, and is also the fourth largest city in the state.
Louis, Independence was also an important city in Westward Expansion, and garnered the nickname Queen City of the Trails for that reason. Independence was also one of the first homes of the Mormon church. Columbia is located along the Missouri River, at the edge of the Ozarks. Columbia is a very modern city which is heavily invested in education, healthcare, insurance, and technology, and has an historically limited presence in manufacturing and industry. Finally, Columbia is widely recognized as a progressive city which places a strong emphasis on investigative journalism and liberal politics.
Missouri see pronunciations is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is the 21st most extensive, and the 18th most populous of the fifty states. The state comprises counties, and the independent city of St. The four largest urban areas in Missouri are: The mean center of the United States population at the census was at the town of Plato in Texas County.
The state's capital is Jefferson City. The land that is now Missouri was acquired from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase and became known as the Missouri Territory. Part of this territory was admitted into the union as the 24th state on August 10, Missouri's geography is highly varied.
The northern part of the state lies in dissected till plains, while the southern portion lies in the Ozark Mountains a dissected plateau , with the Missouri River dividing both regions. The state lies at the intersection of the three greatest rivers of North America, with the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers near St. Louis, and the confluence of the Ohio River with the Mississippi north of the Bootheel. The state is named for the Missouri River, which was named after the indigenous Missouri Indians, a Siouan-language tribe.
They were called the ouemessourita wimihsoorita , meaning "those who have dugout canoes", by the Miami-Illinois language speakers. As the Illini were the first natives encountered by Europeans in the region, the latter adopted the Illini name for the Missouri people. Any combination of these phonetic realizations may be observed coming from speakers of American English.
Politicians often employ multiple pronunciations, even during a single speech, to appeal to a greater number of listeners. Often, "eye dialect" spellings of the state's name, such as "Missour-ee" or "Missour-uh", are used informally to phonetically distinguish pronunciations.
There is no official state nickname. However Missouri's unofficial nickname is the "Show-Me-State", and that appears on its license plates. This phrase has several origins. One is popularly ascribed to a speech by Congressman Willard Vandiver in , who declared that "I come from a state that raises corn and cotton, cockleburs and Democrats, and frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I'm from Missouri, and you have got to show me. Another states that it is a reference to Missouri miners who were taken to Leadville, Colorado to replace striking workers.
As the new men were unfamiliar with the mining methods, they required frequent instruction. It is also known as "The Cave State" because there are more than recorded caves in Missouri second to Tennessee. The largest number of caves and the single longest cave are all in Perry County. The official state motto is Latin: Missouri borders eight different states, as does its neighbor, Tennessee.
No state in the U. Missouri is bounded on the north by Iowa; on the east, across the Mississippi River, by Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee; on the south by Arkansas; and on the west by Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska the last across the Missouri River. The two largest Missouri rivers are the Mississippi, which defines the eastern boundary of the state, and the Missouri River, which flows from west to east through the state, essentially connecting the two largest metros, Kansas City and St.
Although today the state is usually considered part of the Midwest, historically Missouri was considered by many to be a Southern state, chiefly because of the settlement of migrants from the South and its status as a slave state before the Civil War.
The counties that made up "Little Dixie" were those along the Missouri River in the center of the state, settled by Southern migrants who held the greatest concentration of slaves. Here, rolling hills remain from the glaciation that once extended from the Canadian Shield to the Missouri River. Missouri has many large river bluffs along the Mississippi, Missouri, and Meramec rivers. Southern Missouri rises to the Ozark Mountains, a dissected plateau surrounding the Precambrian igneous St.
This region also hosts karst topography characterized by high limestone content with the formation of sinkholes and caves. The southeastern part of the state is the Bootheel region, part of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain or Mississippi embayment. This region is the lowest, flattest, and wettest part of the state.
It is also among the poorest, as the economy is mostly agricultural. It is also the most fertile, with cotton and rice crops predominant.
The Bootheel was the epicenter of the four New Madrid Earthquakes of — Missouri generally has a humid continental climate Dfa with cold winters and hot and humid summers. In the southern part of the state, particularly in the Bootheel, the climate turns into a humid subtropical climate.
Located in the interior United States, Missouri often experiences extremes in temperatures. Without high mountains or oceans nearby to moderate temperature, its climate is alternately influenced by air from the cold Arctic and the hot and humid Gulf of Mexico. Missouri also receives extreme weather in the form of thunderstorms and tornadoes. The tornado was the first EF5 to hit the state since The tornado was the deadliest in the U.
Louis and its suburbs also have a history of experiencing particularly severe tornadoes; the most recent memorable one being an EF4 tornado that damaged Lambert International Airport on April 22, In fact, one of the worst tornadoes in American history struck St. Louis on May 27, Indigenous peoples inhabited Missouri for thousands of years before European exploration and settlement.
Without high mountains or oceans nearby to moderate temperature, its climate is alternately influenced by air from the cold Arctic and the hot and humid Gulf of Mexico. Missouri also receives extreme weather in the form of thunderstorms and tornadoes.
The tornado was the first EF5 to hit the state since The tornado was the deadliest in the U. Louis and its suburbs also have a history of experiencing particularly severe tornadoes; the most recent memorable one being an EF4 tornado that damaged Lambert International Airport on April 22, In fact, one of the worst tornadoes in American history struck St.
Louis on May 27, Indigenous peoples inhabited Missouri for thousands of years before European exploration and settlement. Archaeological excavations along the rivers have shown continuous habitation for more than 7, years. Beginning before CE, there arose the complex Mississippian culture, whose people created regional political centers at present-day St. Their large cities included thousands of individual residences, but they are known for their surviving massive earthwork mounds, built for religious, political and social reasons, in platform, ridgetop and conical shapes.
Cahokia was the center of a regional trading network that reached from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. The civilization declined by CE, and most descendants left the area long before the arrival of Europeans. Louis was at one time known as Mound City by the European Americans, because of the numerous surviving prehistoric mounds, since lost to urban development. The Mississippian culture left mounds throughout the middle Mississippi and Ohio river valleys, extending into the southeast as well as the upper river.
The first European settlers were mostly ethnic French Canadians, who created their first settlement in Missouri at present-day Ste. Genevieve, about an hour south of St. They had migrated about from the Illinois Country. They came from colonial villages on the east side of the Mississippi River, where soils were becoming exhausted and there was insufficient river bottom land for the growing population.
Grain production in the Illinois Country was critical to the survival of Lower Louisiana and especially the city of New Orleans.
Louis was founded soon after by French from New Orleans in From to , European control of the area west of the Mississippi to the northernmost part of the Missouri River basin, called Louisiana, was assumed by the Spanish as part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain, due to Treaty of Fontainebleau in order to have Spain join with France in the war against England.
The arrival of the Spanish in St. Louis was in September Louis became the center of a regional fur trade with Native American tribes that extended up the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, which dominated the regional economy for decades.
Trading partners of major firms shipped their furs from St. Louis by river down to New Orleans for export to Europe. They provided a variety of goods to traders, for sale and trade with their Native American clients. The fur trade and associated businesses made St.
Louis an early financial center and provided the wealth for some to build fine houses and import luxury items. Its location near the confluence of the Illinois River meant it also handled produce from the agricultural areas. River traffic and trade along the Mississippi were integral to the state's economy, and as the area's first major city, St. Louis expanded greatly after the invention of the steamboat and the increased river trade.
Napoleon Bonaparte had gained Louisiana for French ownership from Spain in under the Treaty of San Ildefonso, after it had been a Spanish colony since But, the treaty was kept secret. Louisiana remained nominally under Spanish control until a transfer of power to France on November 30, , just three weeks before the cession to the United States.
Part of the Louisiana Purchase by the United States, Missouri earned the nickname "Gateway to the West" because it served as a major departure point for expeditions and settlers heading to the West in the 19th century.
Charles, just west of St. Louis, was the starting point and the return destination of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, which departed up the Missouri River in to explore the western territories to the Pacific Ocean.
Louis was a major supply point for decades for parties of settlers heading west. As many of the early American settlers in western Missouri migrated from the Upper South, they brought enslaved African Americans for labor, and a desire to continue their culture and the institution of slavery. They settled predominantly in 17 counties along the Missouri River, in an area of flatlands that enabled plantation agriculture and became known as "Little Dixie".
In the territory was admitted as a slave state as part of the Missouri Compromise with a temporary state capitol in St. In the capital was shifted to its current, permanent location of Jefferson City, also on the Missouri. The state was rocked by the New Madrid earthquake. Casualties were light due to the sparse population. Originally the state's western border was a straight line, defined as the meridian passing through the Kawsmouth, the point where the Kansas River enters the Missouri River.
The river has moved since this designation. This line is known as the Osage Boundary. In the Platte Purchase was added to the northwest corner of the state after purchase of the land from the native tribes, making the Missouri River the border north of the Kansas River.
In the early s, Mormon migrants from northern states and Canada began settling near Independence and areas just north of there.
Conflicts over religion and slavery arose between the 'old settlers' mainly from the South and the Mormons mainly from the North. The Mormon War erupted in By , with the help of an "Extermination Order" by Governor Lilburn Boggs, the old settlers forcefully expelled the Mormons from Missouri and confiscated their lands.
Conflicts over slavery exacerbated border tensions among the states and territories. From to , a border dispute with Iowa over the so-called Honey Lands resulted in both states' calling up militias along the border. With increasing migration, from the s to the s Missouri's population almost doubled with every decade.
Most of the newcomers were American-born, but many Irish and German immigrants arrived in the late s and s. As a majority were Catholic, they set up their own religious institutions in the state, which had been mostly Protestant.
Having fled famine and oppression in Ireland, and revolutionary upheaval in Germany, the immigrants were not sympathetic to slavery. Many settled in cities, where they created a regional and then state network of Catholic churches and schools.
Nineteenth-century German immigrants created the wine industry along the Missouri River and the beer industry in St. Most Missouri farmers practiced subsistence farming before the Civil War. The majority of those who held slaves had fewer than five each.
Planters, defined by historians as those holding twenty slaves or more, were concentrated in the counties known as "Little Dixie", in the central part of the state along the Missouri River. The tensions over slavery had chiefly to do with the future of the state and nation. After the secession of Southern states began in , the Missouri legislature called for the election of a special convention on secession. The convention voted decisively to remain within the Union.
Pro-Southern Governor Claiborne F. Jackson ordered the mobilization of several hundred members of the state militia who had gathered in a camp in St. Alarmed at this action, Union General Nathaniel Lyon struck first, encircling the camp and forcing the state troops to surrender. Lyon directed his soldiers, largely non-English-speaking German immigrants, to march the prisoners through the streets, and they opened fire on the largely hostile crowds of civilians who gathered around them.
Soldiers killed unarmed prisoners as well as men, women and children of St. Louis in the incident that became known as the "St. These events heightened Confederate support within the state. Governor Jackson appointed Sterling Price, president of the convention on secession, as head of the new Missouri State Guard. In the face of Union General Lyon's rapid advance through the state, Jackson and Price were forced to flee the capital of Jefferson City on June 14, In the town of Neosho, Missouri, Jackson called the state legislature into session.
They enacted a secession ordinance. However, even under the Southern view of secession, only the state convention had the power to secede. Since the convention was dominated by unionists, and the state was more pro-Union than pro-Confederate in any event, the ordinance of secession adopted by the legislature is generally given little credence.
The Confederacy nonetheless recognized it on October 30, With the elected governor absent from the capital and the legislators largely dispersed, the state convention was reassembled with most of its members present, save 20 that fled south with Jackson's forces.
The convention declared all offices vacant, and installed Hamilton Gamble as the new governor of Missouri. President Lincoln's administration immediately recognized Gamble's government as the legal Missouri government. The federal government's decision enabled raising pro-Union militia forces for service within the state as well as volunteer regiments for the Union Army.
After winning victories at the battle of Wilson's Creek and the siege of Lexington, Missouri and suffering losses elsewhere, the Confederate forces retreated to Arkansas and later Marshall, Texas, in the face of a largely reinforced Union Army. Though regular Confederate troops staged some large-scale raids into Missouri, the fighting in the state for the next three years consisted chiefly of guerrilla warfare.
Anderson made use of quick, small-unit tactics. Pioneered by the Missouri Partisan Rangers, such insurgencies also arose in portions of the Confederacy occupied by the Union during the Civil War. Historians have portrayed stories of the James brothers' outlaw years as an American "Robin Hood" myth. The vigilante activities of the Bald Knobbers of the Ozarks in the s were an unofficial continuation of insurgent mentality long after the official end of the war, and they are a favorite theme in Branson's self-image.
The Progressive Era s to s saw numerous prominent leaders from Missouri trying to end corruption and modernize politics, government and society. Joseph "Holy Joe" Folk was a key leader who made a strong appeal to middle class and rural evangelical Protestants. Folk was elected governor as a progressive reformer and Democrat in the election. He promoted what he called "the Missouri Idea", the concept of Missouri as a leader in public morality through popular control of law and strict enforcement.
He successfully conducted antitrust prosecutions, ended free railroad passes for state officials, extended bribery statues, improved election laws, required formal registration for lobbyists, made racetrack gambling illegal, and enforced the Sunday-closing law. He helped enact Progressive legislation, including an initiative and referendum provision, regulation of elections, education, employment and child labor, railroads, food, business, and public utilities.
A number of efficiency-oriented examiner boards and commissions were established during Folk's administration, including many agricultural boards and the Missouri library commission. Between the Civil War and the end of World War II, Missouri transitioned from a rural economy to a hybrid industrial-service-agricultural economy as the Midwest rapidly industrialized.
The expansion of railroads to the West transformed Kansas City into a major transportation hub within the nation. The growth of the Texas cattle industry along with this increased rail infrastructure and the invention of the refrigerated boxcar also made Kansas City a major meatpacking center, as large cattle drives from Texas brought herds of cattle to Dodge City and other Kansas towns.
There, the cattle were loaded onto trains destined for Kansas City, where they were butchered and distributed to the eastern markets. The first half of the twentieth century was the height of Kansas City's prominence and its downtown became a showcase for stylish Art Deco skyscrapers as construction boomed.
In , there was a diphtheria epidemic in the area around Springfield, which killed approximately people. Serum was rushed to the area, and medical personnel stopped the epidemic. During the mids and s, St. Louis and Kansas City suffered deindustrialization and loss of jobs in railroads and manufacturing, as did other Midwestern industrial cities. Charles claims to be the site of the first interstate highway project. Such highway construction made it easy for middle-class residents to leave the city for newer housing developed in the suburbs, often former farmland where land was available at lower prices.
These major cities have gone through decades of readjustment to develop different economies and adjust to demographic changes. Suburban areas have developed separate job markets, both in knowledge industries and services, such as major retail malls. Missouri had a population of 5,,, according to the Census; an increase of , 7. From to , this includes a natural increase of , people since the last census , births less , deaths , and an increase of 88, people due to net migration into the state.
Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 50, people, and migration within the country produced a net increase of 37, people. Over half of Missourians 3,, people, or Louis and Kansas City. The state's population density The center of population of Missouri itself is located in Osage County, in the city of Westphalia.
The five largest ancestry groups in Missouri are: German Americans are an ancestry group present throughout Missouri. African Americans are a substantial part of the population in St. Louis County as of the census , Kansas City, Boone County and in the southeastern Bootheel and some parts of the Missouri River Valley, where plantation agriculture was once important.
Louis see Missouri French. Kansas City is home to large and growing immigrant communities from Latin America esp. A notable Cherokee Indian population exists in Missouri. Females were approximately In , there were 2,, households in Missouri, with 2. The home ownership rate was The vast majority of people in Missouri speak English. The Spanish language is spoken in small Latino communities in the St. Louis and Kansas City Metro areas. Missouri is home to an endangered dialect of the French language known as Missouri French.
It developed in isolation from French speakers in Canada and Louisiana, becoming quite distinct from the varieties of Canadian French and Louisiana Creole French. Once widely spoken throughout the area, Missouri French is now nearly extinct, with only a few elderly speakers able to use it. Of those Missourians who identify with a religion, three out of five are Protestants of various denominations. Louis and stretches west and south of St.
The religious affiliations of the people of Missouri according to the American Religious Identification Survey:. The largest denominations by number of adherents in were the Southern Baptist Convention with ,; the Roman Catholic Church with ,; and the United Methodist Church with , Among the other denominations there are approximately 93, Mormons in congregations, 25, Jewish adherents in 21 temples, 12, Muslims in 39 masjids, 7, Buddhists in 34 temples, 7, Hindus in 17 temples, 2, Unitarians in 9 congregations, 2, Baha'i in 17 temples, 5 Sikh temples, a Zorastrian temple, a Jain temple and an uncounted number of neopagans.
Several religious organizations have headquarters in Missouri, including the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, which has its headquarters in Kirkwood, as well as the United Pentecostal Church International in Hazelwood, both outside St. This area and other parts of Missouri are also of significant religious and historical importance to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church , which maintains several sites and visitors centers.
The Unity Church is headquartered in Unity Village. The agriculture products of the state are beef, soybeans, pork, dairy products, hay, corn, poultry, sorghum, cotton, rice, and eggs. Missouri is ranked 6th in the nation for the production of hogs and 7th for cattle. Missouri is ranked in the top five states in the nation for production of soy beans, and it is ranked fourth in the nation for the production of rice. In , there were , farms, the second-largest number in any state after Texas.
Missouri actively promotes its rapidly growing wine industry. Missouri has vast quantities of limestone. Other resources mined are lead, coal, and crushed stone. Missouri produces the most lead of all of the states. Most of the lead mines are in the central eastern portion of the state. Missouri also ranks first or near first in the production of lime, a key ingredient in Portland cement.
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Celebration of Life Monday, July 30, 5: This article originally published by The Missouri Times. It is my honor to invite you to a luncheon reception with President Donald J. She has failed to secure the border. And she voted against the tax cuts that have put money back in the pockets of working Missourians.
It is time for that to change — but we need your help! I hope you will join Erin and me for this special event. If you cannot attend, we hope you will send a contribution to help us take our message to the people of Missouri and remind them that Claire McCaskill does not represent our values. To RSVP or for more information please contact: We look forward to seeing you on July 24! Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
Contributions from corporations, foreign nationals, and federal government contractors are prohibited. As you may know, the Missouri State Fair is just a short month away, and we need your help! Main Gate Entrance - 16th Street. There will be plenty of coffee and donuts to go around, and all volunteers will be given a t-shirt to wear at the event.
We h ope to see you in August! American History in 90 Minutes Anders Odegard. Constitution is the Foundation. The Declaration of Independence marked the birth of a new nation. This birth brought a whole new host of questions to the forefront. What form of government would lead this new nation?
Would this new entity take the form of one united nation or several independent nations? The resolution of these questions was made all the more urgent by the fact that the survival of the young nation hinged on its ability to defeat a European superpower in war. The Continental Congress served as the federal government of the colonies states during the War of Independence.
After independence was declared in the summer of , it was decided that the role of the federal government should be defined more clearly. In March , the Articles of Confederation were adopted. The Articles of Confederation: The Articles of Confederation documented the rights and duties of the federal government. The federal government was to be run by the Congress, in which each of the states had one vote. The Congress had the right to vote on matters such as declaring war, negotiating treaties with other nations, and borrowing money.
However, Congress was not given the power to levy taxes, to regulate domestic or international trade, or to enforce its own laws. The Articles of Confederation, in fact, provided for a very weak federal government. This weakness was by design. The colonists feared that establishing a strong, centralized government would bring back the same kind of tyranny, albeit in a different form, which they had experienced with the British. The Articles of Confederation sufficed during the war. The largely autonomous states were united by the wrath they shared for a common enemy.
Each state, more or less, did its part voluntarily to contribute to the war effort. However, united in war, the states grew increasingly divided in peace. States became embroiled in border disputes with each other. They enacted tariffs on interstate trade which hindered commerce and resulted in post-war economic stagnation. The states quit contributing funds to the federal government.
Unable to raise taxes on its own, Congress could not support its army. Also lacking a strong central government, the United States was unable to conduct effective foreign policy.
To pay off its war debts, Massachusetts implemented large increases in its property taxes following the war. These taxes were particularly hard on the state's many small farmers who were already being hurt by the weak economy.
Those who were unable to pay their taxes and other debts faced the possibility of having their farms repossessed. These small farmers, many of whom had fought in the War of Independence, grew angry. They had not worked this hard and fought a war for the privilege of becoming homeless.
In the autumn of the farmers began to organize. In January , over 1, farmers led by army veteran Daniel Shays stormed the arsenal at Springfield, Massachusetts. What could have developed into civil war in Massachusetts was easily squelched by the state militia.
Those identified as leaders of the rebellion were tried, convicted, and then pardoned by a state legislature which had become sympathetic with their concerns. As a result of the rebellion, laws were changed to help alleviate the plight of the Massachusetts farmers.
More importantly, Shays' Rebellion caused Americans to begin thinking about law and order. Although the rebellion was successfully put down by the state militia, people questioned as to whether future rebellions in other states could be halted so easily.
If civil war broke out in one state, would it spread to neighboring states? Also, if the individual states had trouble keeping the peace locally, what chance would they have of warding off an attack from another nation such as Spain, France, or Britain? Americans grew to realize that their survival depended upon establishing a stronger central government, one which could keep order and provide for the common defense. In May , delegates from the states met in Philadelphia at the Constitutional Convention.
Presided over by George Washington, the delegates assumed the monumental task of designing a new federal government. The delegates met for four straight months, during which time they brainstormed, presented their ideas, argued, and compromised.
Finally, on September 17, , the delegates signed the final draft of the Constitution. The delegates, who had conducted their meetings with the utmost secrecy, were now ready to present the fruits of their labor to the American public. The Constitution defined the duties and limitations of the new federal government. It provided for three branches of government: Each branch would operate independently and have certain checks on the powers granted to the other branches.
For example, only the legislative branch would have the ability to pass laws, but the executive branch could veto laws passed by the legislative branch, and the judicial branch could rule laws unconstitutional an implied power. In turn, the legislative branch would have the power to remove the head of the executive branch, the President, or any judge in the judicial branch through the power of impeachment.
In the eyes of the architects of the Constitution, this system of checks and balances would prevent any one branch of the federal government from growing too powerful. The Constitution also defined the relationship between the federal government and the states. Under the Articles of Confederation, each state had the right to regulate and tax interstate and foreign trade. The Constitution stipulated that these rights be taken away from the states and given to the new federal government.
The states would also lose their right to print money. The states would retain most of their rights to regulate intrastate activities, provided their actions did not contradict the Constitution.
In return for turning over many of their powers to the new federal government, the states would select who served in this government. A major point of controversy in the Constitutional Convention was the degree of representation each state would receive. The less populous states wanted each state to have equal representation. Predictably, the more populous states desired proportional representation based on population.
The Connecticut Compromise addressed the concerns of both parties by providing for two bodies of Congress. In one, the House of Representatives, each state would be allotted seats based on population. For example, a state with five times the population of another would receive five times the number of congressional seats. In the other legislative body, the Senate, states would be allotted two seats each, regardless of population.
The head of the executive branch, the President, would be elected by the states, with each state having the number of electoral votes equal to its total number of senators and representatives. Presidents would serve four-year terms. An indecisive Presidential election would result in the House of Representatives electing the President.
Many of the northern delegates to the Constitutional Convention wanted to use the document to outlaw slavery throughout the states. The southern delegates made it clear that they would not be part of a Union in which the right of individuals to own slaves was abridged. Consequently, language was included in the Constitution which protected the property rights of slaveholders. Additionally, since slaves constituted a substantial portion of the southern population, the southern delegates demanded that slaves be counted in the census for the purpose of awarding seats in the House of Representatives.
The Northerners, arguing that the Southerners themselves considered slaves as property, believed slaves should not be counted. In the end the two sides compromised, agreeing to count each slave as three-fifths of a person when determining the population of a given state for allotting House seats. Ironically and disgustingly, by their mere existence, southern slaves helped to bolster the political power of their owners, power their owners would use to ensure these slaves would remain slaves well into the future.
Constitution remained silent as to who would be allowed to participate in the electoral process, preferring to leave this issue to the individual states. As a result, white males, who dominated the state governments in the late s, continued to extend the right of suffrage to their fellow white males. Black men would not be enfranchised with the vote until the latter half of the nineteenth century.
Women, black or white, would not be guaranteed the right to vote until The writers of the Constitution wisely realized that its survival would depend on its ability to adapt to the times. Consequently, a mechanism was outlined in Article V of the Constitution by which amendments could be made to the Constitution. The amendment process was designed to be arduous in order to dissuade the passage of trivial amendments.
However, if it became clear to the people of the United States that a change in the Constitution was necessary, that change could be made without discarding the entire document. The Bill of Rights: One weakness of the U. Constitution was that it was largely silent on issues of individual rights and freedoms.
The drafters of the Constitution intended originally for such issues to be left to the individual states. However, when the delegates to the Constitutional Convention went out to sell their document to the American public, it became clear the public wanted certain individual liberties guaranteed at the federal level.
In Virginian James Madison proposed twelve amendments to the Constitution. Of these, ten were ratified. These first ten amendments to the U. Constitution became known as the Bill of Rights.
The individual liberties guaranteed by the Bill of Rights are summarized as follows: Freedom of religion, speech, and the press. Individuals have the right to assemble peaceably and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. The right to keep and bear arms. Freedom from having troops quartered in one's home. Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure. The right not to be denied life, liberty, or property without due process of law.
The right not to be tried twice for the same offense. Exempts individual from testifying against self. The right to a speedy, public trial.
The right to be informed of charges pending. The right to defense counsel and to call witnesses on one's behalf. The right to face accusers. The right to trial by jury. Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment. Provides for individual rights not explicitly stated in the Constitution. Powers not delegated to the federal government by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved for the states and the people.
In June , the Constitution was adopted as the law of the land. The Bill of Rights was added in Elections were held in early In April , the newly elected representatives, senators, and the nation's first President, George Washington, took their places in the capital of the United States, New York City. This form can be mailed or dropped off to the County Clerk's Office. Fellow Conservative, I'll be frank.
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Their intimidation tactics don't scare me. Rather, it motivates me to keep digging and keep working for the American people. Conservatives have the chance to solidify our leadership in the Capitol and send a message to the radical left. They think our country is shifting drastically to the left, but that's just wishful thinking.
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You are an essential piece of the conservative movement. You can stand with me -- our next major FEC filing deadline is on Saturday!
There's not much time left, help me end this quarter strong: How to be the tangible hands and fee of Jesus. A clash between two inimical worldviews is taking place in America: In order to dominate, secular humanists had to find a way to exercise complete control over the five levers of cultural influence: Secular lawyers can be unflaggingly persistent as well as ruthlessly devious.
They determined that to banish the Judeo-Christian culture from the public square, the Bible had to be expunged from public education first.
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