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Unit 3 - Study Guide

Civics & Economics

Introduction of the goals of the Constitution Preamble
The part of the Constitution that actually explains how our national government is set up Articles
Part of Constitution that describes Legislative Branch Article One
Part of Constitution the describes Executive Branch Article Two
Part of Constitution that describes Judicial branch Article Three
Part of Constitution that describes relations between states (admitting new states, extradition policy) Article Four
Part of Constitution that describes two ways to amend Constitution Article Five
Part of Constitution that describes the Supremacy Clause Article Six
Part of Constitution that explains 9 of 13 states must ratify Constitution Article Seven
States will send lawbreakers back to state where crime was committed for trial
Idea that Constitution is highest law of land; if national & state conflict, national wins Supremacy Clause
A change or addition to the Constitution amendment
Idea that power is divided by separating government into 3 branches separation of powers
Power that each branch of government has to limit power of the other 2 branches checks & balances
Idea that power is divided between national government and state government federalism
Gives congress power to make all laws necessary to carry out the written powers (2 answers) Necessary & Proper Clause
Part of Constitution that says people may choose to be any,or no religion
Part of Constitution that says government may not establish a national or state religion establishment clause
What important rights are protected in the First Amendement? Religion,
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