Wednesday, May 2, 1787
By Center for Public Policy, Citizenship and Ethics
Posted on 5/2/2020 - 4 minute read
Critics of our Constitution frequently argue it was made for a small country of 3 million people, mostly of English or other Western European descent, huddled against the eastern seaboard and wholly inadequate for a very diverse population of 330,000,000 inhabiting more than 3.7 square miles of land spanning the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
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