It in turn forwarded the Constitution as drafted to the states for ratification by ...
Some states agreed to ratify the Constitution only if the amendments that were to
become ... Once the Articles ...
9 out of the 13 states had to agree for the constitution to become law. Only 9 of
the 13 states had to ratify the Constitution in order for the new government to go ...
Q. How many members of the Constitutional Convention had been members of
.... Q. In what order did the States ratify the Constitution? ..... The latter might,
however, have already signed it, in which case it would have become a law and
would .... Authority of the United States, shalt be the supreme Law of the Land;
and the ...
Before the Constitution could become the law of the land, it would have to ...
Article VII stipulated that nine states had to ratify the Constitution for it to go into ...
The Constitution had to be ratified by at least nine states in order to become the
law of the land. After two and a half years, all 13 states agreed to ratify the ...
By June of 1788, 9 states had ratified the Constitution, ensuring it would go into
effect for ... We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect
Union, .... before it become a law, be presented to the President of the United
States; ... To make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval
... known collectively as the Bill of Rights, become the law of the land. ... Before
the Massachusetts ratifying convention would accept the Constitution, which they
... Brown had had several run-ins with the law during the summer of 1988 that ...
The United States had established an earlier constitution in 1781, the ... In its
seven Articles of some 4500 words, the original Constitution is the “supreme Law
of the Land,” ... Article VII explains how the constitution is to be ratified for it to
come into ... We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect
Before the Constitution could become "the supreme law of the land," it had to be
ratified or approved by at least nine of the thirteen states. When the delegates to ...
This meant as a practical matter that nine of the remaining eleven states had to
vote ... to gradually accumulate more and more power, and thus become a threat
to ... became the supreme law of the land for the nine states that had ratified it.