Constitution of the United States

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In what sense did the Constitution have fatal flaws with respect to states' rights?

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Although the Constitution has obviously survived to the present day, we can argue that it had a fatal flaw with regard to states’ rights because it allowed the issue of slavery to lead to a terribly destructive civil war.

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