Which commitment of the framers is most clearly reflected in the constitution as ratified in 1788?

Which commitment of the framers is most clearly reflected in the constitution as ratified in 1788? . counting slaves for political representation in the constitution through the three-fifths compromise granting smaller states power through enhanced debate in the new jersey plan protecting individual liberties through the inclusion of the bill of rights in the constitution changing the national legislative system from unicameral to bicame

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There were several commitment of the framers in the Constitution that was ratified in 1788. The biggest was the principle of limited government. Another was their commitment to bicameralism. Since only one is listed here, I am going with D, changing the national legislative system. 

The commitment of the Framers most reflected in the Constitution of 1788 as ratified is "the principle of limited government"

Explanation:

The term "principle of limited government" refers to the concept of defining government powers by means of a constitution and thus, the government does not have absolute power. A constitution specifies the rules and regulations guiding a state and also specifies what the government is to abide to that is what the government is allowed to do, and also what it may not do. This principle limits the absolute power of a government and restrict the government to powers being regulated by the constitution. In setting distinct limits on government's power, the Framers Constitution of the U.S

as ratified in 1788 hoped to prevent the government from achieving the same level of power that the British monarchy had and does not allow for the U.S government to be involved in all affairs, they are limited by constitution and powers invested in other institutions.

The principle of limited government is most clearly reflected in the constitution as ratified in 1788.

Explanation:

The principle of limited government is most clearly reflected in the constitution as ratified in 1788.

Limited government is a term used in political philosophy to refer to a system in which the government does not exercised absolute power; or where governmental power is restricted by law, usually in a written constitution.

For instance, The United States Constitution introduces an example of the federal government not possessing any power except what is delegated to it by the Constitution.

It's ...The Principle of Limited Government 
The commitment of the framers is most clearly reflected in the Constitution as ratified in 1788 is primarily for protecting the rights of the accused.This has become an important entity especially when slavery has become rampant all around the world. 

B. the principle of limited government.

Limited government is a term used in political philosophy that refers to a system in which the government does not enjoy absolute power. This can be a consequence of two different restrictions. One option is that the government is assumed to have no power, except certain duties given to it by the people. The other is that the power the government is assumed to have is limited and regulated by law. An example of this law is the Constitution as ratified in 1788. This constitution ensured that the government could not get involved in all affairs. Its powers were restricted by law and the power of other institutions.

The Principle of Limited Government

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Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, the correct response would be "limited government," since the primarily motivation for the Founding Fathers was to ensure that a tyrannical regime would not be able to form. 
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