A Constitutional Goverment
A constitutional government is a government based on a constitution. A constitution is a written document that defines a government's rules. This is considered to be the basis of the government after it's written and approved. The constitution can be altered, but it's still the basis of government. An example of an America freedom protected in The U.S. Constitution is guaranteed religious freedom. So you can choose any religion you want and you can believe in it. Another right guaranteed is the right to vote at 18 years old in the United States. This government prevents tyranny and social injustice. This guarantees rights that can't be taken from you. This government is stable and based off of a written document that grants you basic rights.