Making of a law..
We have landed on a unknown planet for our field trip. No adults have made the crash landing and all that’s left is us kids. We have decided to establish some rules to keep peace and order among us. Our laws are in the categories Justice, Welfare, Peace, Defense, Freedom, and Future. We have made rules with 4 representatives that have survived the crash. While creating rules I’ve noticed similarities and differences in how we made the rules compared to the constitution.
Making the rules was an interesting experience and something similar to the way the writers of the constitution did it. The constitution writers had a rule committee that decided on the laws that were to be made. We did something like this because we had a group of 4 people and we decided on rules amongst ourselves.
The states all sent delegates except 1 state which did not so in total 12 states in total were helping make the constitution. Even if a state sent more than 1 delegate only 1 vote will be counted for each state. There were 55 delegates and only about 35 were present for the process of writing a constitution.
Our group only had 4 people. We each had 2 rules for each category. As a group we decided the best 2 rules from each category that were presented. Rules we decided on were from Justice, Defense, Welfare, Freedom, and Future. The rules we decided on helped with long term and short term settlement.
The rules we decided on were agreed on with the whole group and were made as specific as possible. 10 rules were agreed on that helped with Justice, Defense, Welfare, Freedom, and Future. We decided rules as a group because everyone’s opinion mattered and different ideas would help with a more diverse population.
The way we decided on rules helped because since we had ideas from everyone the rules could help more people instead being centered around certain kinds of people. Another reason we chose laws as a group is because with more brains thinking upon a matter there are better results. Hence the saying 2 heads are better than 1