What is the essential difference between the Declaration and the Constitution

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What is the essential difference between the Declaration and the Constitution

What is the essential difference between the Declaration and the Constitution

Who are “we the people” when the constitution was written?
Can we reinterpret this phrase “We the people” to mean citizen as we define it today? Why or why not?

What are the three branches of government? Why do you think the founders created three branches?
Which branch of the government has the power to declare war? On how many occasions has the United States declared war on a foreign entity?
What are the two houses of Congress called? What do congressional representatives do? Briefly explain why you would or would not want to be a congressional representative of the United States:

Does the second amendment give citizens the right to buy surface to air missiles? Tanks? Shoulder launched rocket grenades? Assault weapons? Armor piercing bullets? How do the courts make a distinction? How does the original intent relate to weaponry that is available today?
Which amendment protects against cruel and unusual punishment? Is there a limitation stated about using this some of the time and not other times? What about in times of declared war or civil unrest? How can this amendment be applied to law enforcement officials? To Homeland Security

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