Social Studies Governmets

Social Studies Governmets

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  • Democracy
  • Now introducing (drum roll,please) voting!
  • The Three Parts of the Constitution
  • 1) Preamble-intro that states the goals and purpose of the gov't
  • 2) Seven articles that describe the structure of gov't
  • 3) 27 Amendments or additions and changes to the Constitution
  • Executive
  • The three branches
  • Law and order will be instituted!!!
  • Judgicial
  • Legeslative
  • What are your rights and responsibilities (duties) as a citizen?
  • Freedom to express yourself. Freedom to worship as you wish. Right to a prompt, fair trial by jury. Right to vote in elections for public officials. Right to apply for federal employment requiring U.S. citizenship. Right to run for elected office. Freedom to pursue “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” These are the rights of a citizen. 
  • Beep Beep
  • Why we shouldn't "melt" together all the states
  • Because different parts of America want different things, so this is more peaceful.
  • NO!!!!!
  • thanks dude!
  • Here, you can borrow my taxes! :)
  • Federalism is the sharing of power between national and state governments.
  • Federalism
  • National Government
  • State government
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