What were the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut?

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The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut were written in January of 1639 to describe the government established by the Connecticut river towns. Some historians consider the Fundamental Orders as the first constitution written in the Western tradition. However, this is much disputed.
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