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Article 7 is the last article before the Bill of Rights! Good job for listening this long! Article 7 is only one sentence long, and is full of lots of big words. It states, "The Ratification of the Conventions of nine States, shall be sufficient for the Establishment of this Constitution between the States so ratifying the Same.”
Say that in English please?
Haha! You got it! It is saying how many state ratifications, or validations, are needed in order for the Constitution to take place in the US and how a state could go about validating the Constitution.
Well what was before the Constitution?
Before the Constitution, we followed rules under what's called the Articles of Confederation until 1787, when the Constitution was ratified.
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