Ummmm, before that can you show me where in the world the bathroom is?!
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Enumerated powers: Congress can do a number of things that the Constitution has let them do.Construct money, make war, create/collect all taxes, grow and support the army, borrow money, establish post offices, and form laws with the acceptance of the two houses of Congress. Elastic clause
Explanation of Executive Branch: President and the Vice president serve for 4 years (unless they get elected again after the term). President must have been elected by Electoral college, be 35 or older, and had it's birth in U.S.A. The powers include: ability to enforce laws, Commander of the chief of military, appoints/receives ambassador, arranges peace treaties, chooses judges and federal officials, and grants S.O.T.U.
Judicial Branch explanation: the Supreme Court is the greatest court includes nine justices who serve until death), and lower Courts (were made by Congress).Powers are: The final voice
(Last one)Procedure of the decision for the adoption of the Constitution: Every year the states hold a convention that consists of delegates, when 9/13 states approve the Constitution it would become active, and this is the only article that is not in use in this era. Principles: Delegates crave for a well built, strong central government in order to promote cooperation and also protection-they wanted to demote an oppressive government though. They created a balance of six principles in a system of government which strengthens but also set limits to federal government.
State and federal government and the collaboration between the two: Citizens have the same rights in every state, a fugitive cannot gain freedom from it's consequences just by going to another state, Congress has the ability to get more states into the union, and every state is able to have a Republic. States cannot make money, make alliances/treaties, etc.
Explanation of how/when can be changed: It has to be approved by at least 2/3 of each of the houses of Congress, after that they are approved by at least 3/4 of the states.
Declaration that the federal law is S.L.O.T.A.L (It is called the SUPREMACY CLAUSE. The state law will always lose a fightagainst the constitutional/federal law.