Facts Backing up the Preamble of the Constitution

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During the Revolutionary/Colonial period there were many divided opinions between the states on what they thought would form a more perfect union. The second question that has to be answered is, Are we more confident as a nation? My thinking on this question is defiantly yes. The evidence for this question is, that if were not confident as a nation we would not be so involved in world discussions if we thought that we were not confident as a nation to back them up...
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One question than can be asked on this goal is, Are we more "just" society now than before? I think that we are a more just society than we were before because back in history it was very common for people to take the laws into there own hands for what they thought were right. The second question that we can ask is there a double standard of justice in this country? I believe there is because it has happened multiple times in our court systems that if a person has a high reputation or a lot of money they will not receive the same justice as somebody without these benefits...
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