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  • Article 1: Legislative Branch
  • I think it's time to declare war on Japan after what they did to pearl harbor, don't you?
  • That would be lit! lets get it.
  • Article 2: Executive Branch
  • I believe we should make a law so that people can not have guns on them or own a gun.
  • hmm i'll have to think about that one........
  • Article 3: Judicial Branch
  • Today I am here to tell a little bit about the constitution.
  • Exactly....smh
  • What's that.....
  • In this slide it shows the senate and house of representatives deciding whether or not they should declare war on Japan . This is an example of legislative because legislative gets to declare war or denies it.
  • Article 4: Full Faith and Credit
  • I think it's time to address duties to the states within the United States to have to respect the public acts, records,and judicial proceedings of every other state. it needs to happen fast !
  • this article shows president obama and the vice president talk about whether they should make a law so that guns are restricted in america. this is an example of executive branch cause the president helps declare laws and gives ideas to laws
  • Article 5: Amending the Constitution
  • I think we should amend the constitution for more freedom rights
  • I feel the same way!!
  • In this slide it shows one of the members of the judicial branch trying to tell a citizen what the constitution is all about. this is an example of judicial branch because the judicial branch is all about making sure citizens know what the constitution is.
  • Article 6: Federalism
  • I'm here to divide you into different governments.
  • you mean give us different powers!
  • Here are members of the United states government talking about how the full faith and credit was made and how they need to make it.
  • I was thinking the same thing forsure. let's call it the Full faith and credit clause.
  • This slide shows James Madison agreeing with states that they should amend the constitution and create the bill of rights. The slide is an example because the bill of rights created the 10 amendments.
  • Sense so many states agree to then I might just well make the bill of rights.
  • this slide shows the constitution telling the federal and state government that they have seperate powers. This is an example of federalism because its the division of power between the federal and state government.
  • not super powers ...smh
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