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  • Now that that's settled, we must decide how the government will be structured.
  • How about an Executive Branch? We need an elected leader!
  • A single branch has too much power! We should separate the roles.
  • I agree. The Legislative Branch shall be in charge of making the laws.
  • A Judicial Branch is needed to interpret these laws!
  • I agree! That way one branch cannot become too powerful!
  • Three branches with power is still too risky. We should create something to balance it out!
  • Let's call it Checks and Balances.
  • There! The Constitution is done!
  • Not quite! The rights of the people should be protected more.
  • I agree! Or we run the risk of the federal government becoming too powerful!
  • Now we just need to get it ratified by the states!
  • What for? The states should not be so independent! It threatens the unity!
  • I will not vote to ratify this constitution if my rights are not protected.
  • We need a bill of rights!
  • Very well, we will add a Bill of Rights that will protect personal liberties.
  • Definitely don't want another Britain . . ."
  • Don't forget to put limits on the federal government!
  • And so, once the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution, the new structure of government was ratified by the needed nine states and the Constitution went into effect in 1789.
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