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Q: The framers created Article 5 to ensures that ____________. a. the Constitution never changes c. the Constitution would come second to the state constitutions b. the
Constitution would be a living, breathing document that would change with the times d. the states could not add laws in their state constitutions without going through the Congress first
A: The framers created Article 5 to ensures that the Constitution would be a living, breathing document that would change with the times.
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