The Constitution is the laws and the rights for citizens. It was signed on September 17, 1787. It was written in the Philadelphia convention. James Madison wrote the constitution. The constitution was celebrated on September 17, 1787. It was kept in the national archives in Washington D.C. .
The declaration of independence was signed in July 4, 1776. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, and was by signed John Hancock. The Declaration was kept at the national archives in Washington D.C.. The signing ceremony took place on August 2nd, 1776. The United States Declaration of Independence declared that the thirteen colonies in North America would be free and independent states
The legislative branch was built in March 4, 1789. The most important duty of the legislative branch is making laws. They have 2 houses of congress-the senate and House of Representatives. The legislative branch is made up of 100 senates and 2 from each state also, 435 members of house of representatives to make the laws. The laws are written, discussed and voted in the congress.
The president is the head of the executive branch. The constitution created the Executive branch in 1789. The Executive branch approves and carries out the laws that were passed to them by the legislative branch. The cabinet members and the vice president live in the executive branch and help the president. Any law brought by the legislative branch has to be accepted by the executive branch.
The judicial branch applies the law into the states that the executive branch gives to them. The judicial branch is the final judge involving the laws of congress. The judicial branch is important because the executive branch would get to powerful. The jud