The Constitution of the United States of America

The Constitution of the United States of America

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  • ARTICLE I: Legislative Branch
  • It set forth three branches of government one being the Legislative which makes the laws the people will live by
  • 1787: The Articles of Confederation had to be amended. So the constitutional convention was called.
  • ARTILCE II: Executive Branch
  • The Constitution of the United states of America We the People in order to form a more perfect union...
  • The Second Branch is called the executive branch which consists of the President his Vice President and the Cabinet. The executive branch governs the people and is appointed by the people.
  • ARTICLE III: Judicial Branch (and Judicial Review)
  • The third branch was called the Judicial Branch It consists of the Supreme court state courts and county courts.
  • The Legislative Branch was split into two houses the House of Reps and the Senate. The House of Reps was made to please the larger statesand the idea of representation by size. while the Senate was made to please the smaller states who wanted equal representation.
  • ARTICLE IV: Full Faith and Credit
  • We are looking for a notorious criminal we think he fled to your state can you help us...
  • Send the search parties!!
  • The Executive Branch is made of three groups. The President, serves four years term, but only twice,he also is in charge of forgien relations. and the Vice President,serves as president of the Senate, along with the President's Cabinet Members, who advise the president and enforce laws
  • ARTICLE V: Amending the Constitution
  • We ratify this document to be the Constitution of the United States of America We also will ratify the Bill of Rights
  • The Judicial branch is in charge of holding court to sentence criminals or supposed criminals to jail or community Service depending on the crime.
  • ARTICLE VI: Federalism
  • States must accept other states laws and decisions. This means that for the most part states must accept the legal documents and actions of other states. States must also help track down criminals from another state.
  • Article V gave states the power to ratify amendments to the Constitution. This Article ended up producing the Bill of Rights, or the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
  • Federalism is the division of powers between the state and federal governments. After being amended and ratified the Constitution became the supreme Law of the Land.
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