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what are the six key characteristics of the U.S. Constitution?
It is often asserted that the United States has a written constitution and the United Kingdom an unwritten one. [ In one sense this is true: in the United States there is a formal document called the Constitution, whereas there is no such document in the United Kingdom. In fact, however, many parts of the British constitution exist in written form; for this reason, most scholars prefer to
classify it as “uncodified” rather than unwritten. Moreover, there are important aspects of the U.S. Constitution that are wholly unwritten. The British constitution includes, for example, the Bill of Rights... To read more please see ]
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