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The Preamble to the Constitution mainly serves as an introductory statement that outlines the reasons the U.S. Constitution was written and the values it represents. Although the Preamble provides much meaning to the Con... More »

The six goals stated in the Preamble of the U.S. Constitution are to create a more unified government that upholds justice, peace, defends and advocates for the health and prosperity of its people, and protects human rig... More »

Gouverneur Morris wrote the preamble to the U.S. Constitution. As a statesman from New York, Morris made many contributions to early American society, including being an outspoken advocate of the abolition of slavery. More »

The Preamble to the United States Constitution is a written introduction to the statutes listed in the Constitution. The brief paragraph, written by the Constitutional Convention in 1787, is said to be the statement that... More »

The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution is a brief introduction to the motives of the document's framers and states their common goal of creating a more defensible, more productive and more equitable union between the stat... More »

The Preamble to the Constitution mainly serves as an introductory statement that outlines the reasons the U.S. Constitution was written and the values it represents. Although the Preamble provides much meaning to the Con... More »