separation of powers is what the government uses to make sure that not one part of government can be to powerful. it separates the power between the three branches of government.
declaration of independence
the constitutional convention took place in independence hall in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and its when the constitution was written, finalized and signed.
three branches of government
legislative: part of the government that makes laws executive: part of government that is responsible for implementing, supporting, and enforcing the laws. judicial: part of the government that interprets the law and administrates justice.
two weaknesses of the articles of confederation are that it made the federal government to weak and that the Continental Congress had borrowed money to fight the Revolutionary War and could not repay their debts.
Bill of Rights
Bill of Rights 1. freedom of religion, speech and the press. 2. the right to bear arms. 3.the housing of soldiers. 4.protection of unreasonable searches and seizes. 5.protection of rights to life, liberty and property. 6. rights of accused persons in criminal cases. 7. rights in civil cases 8. excessive bail fines bail, fines and punishments forbidden 9. other rights kept by the people 10. undelegated powers kept by the states and the people.
the authors of the declaration of independence were Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston. the declaration of independence was written in independence hall in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.