Constitutional Convention (may 27, 1787 – sep 17, 1787)
The Constitutional Convention was the gathering that formed the Constitution of the United States in 1787. Twelve states were represented, 74 delegates were named, 55 attended and 39 signed in Philadelphia to form the way America would be ruled. The Constitution is until this day the supreme law of The United States, except a few changes from the original that was signed September 17, 1787. This Constitution have been important for America to establish the government and laws, as well as promise a certain rights for all citizens.
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