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" Constitution, are briefly stated to be six in number, as follow : — (1.) To form a more perfect union. (2.) To establish justice. (3.) To insure domestic tranquillity. (4.) To provide for the common defence. "
Reports Of The Select Committee Of Five, - Seite 12
1861
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A Brief Topical Survey of United States History

Oliver Perry Cornman - 1901
...Parties to the Com- / " We the people of the pact. I United States." 1. To form a more perfect union. 2. To establish justice. 3. To insure domestic tranquillity. 4. To provide for the common defence. Purposes. j 5. To promote the general welfare. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty : a. For themselves....
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Our Constitution: Why and how it was Made - who Made It, and what it is

Edward Waterman Townsend - 1906 - 322 Seiten
...the objects for which the Constitution is created, namely: (1) In order to form a more perfect union; (2) to establish justice; (3) to insure domestic tranquillity; (4) to provide for the common defense; (5) to promote the general welfare, and (6) to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves...
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The Government of the United States

Bernard Moses - 1906 - 424 Seiten
...ratification by North Carolina was November 21, 1789; by Rhode Island, May 29, 1790. perfect union; (2) to establish justice; (3) to insure domestic tranquillity; (4) to provide for the common defense; (5) to promote the general welfare; (6) to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and...
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Teachers Monographs: The National Journal of the Public Schools, Bände 16-17

1913
...2. To establish justice. 3. To insure domestic tranquility. 4. To provide for the common- defense. 5. To promote the general welfare. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity. Three Departments. The government of the United States is divided into...
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Proceedings

National Education Association of the United States - 1918
...constitutional power in Congress to give aid to Negro education. tion, (i) to form a more perfect union, (2) to establish justice, (3) to insure domestic tranquillity, (4) to provide for the common defense, (5) to promote the general welfare, and (6) to secure the blessings of liberty to themselves...
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Handbook of American Government

William H. Bartlett - 1920 - 162 Seiten
...people of the United States. 25. Purposes of the Constitution. — 1. To form a more perfect union. 2. To establish justice. 3. To insure domestic tranquillity. 4. To provide for the common defence. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty to the people of the United States and their posterity. 26. Departments...
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Addresses and Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Band 56

National Education Association of the United States. Meeting - 1918
...constitutional power in Congress to give aid to Negro education. tion, (i) to form a more perfect union, (2) to establish justice, (3) to insure domestic tranquillity, (4) to provide for the common defense, (5) to promote the general welfare, and (6) to secure the blessings of liberty to themselves...
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Our Constitution and Government: A Home Study Course for Candidates for ...

United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service - 1943 - 158 Seiten
...explained its six objectives in the Preamble. These objectives are: 1. To form a more perfect Union. 2. To establish justice. 3. To insure domestic tranquillity. 4. To provide for the common defense. 5. To promote the general welfare. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and...
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Status of Puerto Rico: Hearings, Band 1

United States-Puerto Rico Commission on the Status of Puerto Rico - 1966
...union. 2. To insure domestic tranquility. 3. To establish justice. 4. To provide for the common defense. 5. To promote the general welfare. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and to our posterity. For the study of our final political status only the first and sixth...
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The Imperial Republic: Speculation on the Future, If Any, of the Third U.S.A.

Gerald White Johnson - 1972 - 122 Seiten
...The government exists for only six reasons, set forth in this order: 1. To form a more perfect Union. 2. To establish justice. 3. To insure domestic tranquillity. 4. To provide for the common defense. 5. To promote the general welfare. 6. To secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and...
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