Historic Storyboard 1

Historic Storyboard 1

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  • Article 1
  • Let's not and say we didn't.
  • You know.. we could declare war if we wanted to.
  • Article 2
  • I have power.
  • Article 3
  • Where is everyone?
  • Article 1 includes the House of Representatives and Senates, and it gives the Congress certain powers. They can declare war, regulate foreign trade, etc.
  • Article 4
  • We have certain responsibilites when it comes to the new states.
  • Article 2 includes the President of United States and has a lot of power and influence when it comes to things like war, military, and the president also oversees foreign relations.
  • Article 5
  • It'll have to be changed at some point.
  • Article 3 is involved with the Supreme Court and consists of nine justices, including a chief justice.
  • Federalism
  • We have many different powers. We could raise an army if we wanted.
  • Article 4 is the obligations for how the new states are created. This article explains the role of the federal government and what the responsibilities are on that front.
  • Article 5 is specifically about amending the constitution. Framers knew the Constitution would have to be changed over time to continue to be usefull to succeeding generations.
  • Federalism is a system of divided powers. The constitution defines different powers for the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the federal government.
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