The purpose was to discuss and solve the problems of the federal gov't of that era.
The main focus of the constitution was the organization of the government. The founding fathers recognized the need for a congress to make decisions that, unlike the Articles of Confederation, did not need to be unamious. They also saw the need to solve problems that existed between the states. Then there was the need for an administration that would remain in operation and functioning when congress was not in session. The founding fathers set up the constitution so the administration would function under the leadership of congress. It is still possible. It just has not happened for 214 years.
The Constitutional Convention was proposed by the Annapolis Convention, which concluded that it could not solve the economic problems on its agenda without revising the Articles of Confederation. Shays's Rebellion then provided a dramatic example of the dangers that could arise from the impotence of the Federal Government.
no she did not solve any of his problems
International Policing Operations, its like having a war but with no Geneva convention, laws or global backlash...
To solve problems quickly you must have simple but effective method.
Yes, technology can solve problems. Unfortunately, if technology is not used wisely, it can also create problems.
He did not solve them. He highlighted them. The problems still exist.
Yes, chemistry can help to solve our environment problems.
they solved their problems by farming