What Led to the Creation of the Constitution?

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The founding fathers of the United States led themselves to write out laws that which the country should follow. Those laws were then labeled as the Constitution of the US and are still in use.
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The events which led to the creation of the United States constitution included the the Revolutionary War, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitutional Convention. The Constitution was created in 1787. It became law in 1788.
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