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The Constitution

Review of the Anatomy of the Constitution

electoral college Article II
freedom of the press Amendments
explains the process of amending the Constitution Article V
legislative branch Article I
power to declare war Article I
judicial branch Article III
executive branch Article II
presidential term limits Amendments
explains what the Constitution is meant to do, and describe the purpose of the new government Preamble
explains ratification process Article VII
state powers Article IV
qualifications to be a Senator Article I
Supreme Court Article III
supreme law of the land Article VI
identifies the Commander and Chief of the armed forces Article II
selected by popular vote Legislative branch
enforces the laws Executive branch
appoints Supreme Court justices, ambassadors, and cabinet members Executive branch
coins or prints money Legislative branch
makes treaties with other countries Executive branch
decides what a law means Judicial branch
declares war Executive branch
selected by the Electoral College Executive branch
punish pirates Legislative branch
divided into the House and Senate Legislative branch
includes the president, vice president, and the cabinet Executive branch
can declare laws unconstitutional Judicial branch
makes a State of the Union address each year Executive branch
approves presidential appointments Legislative branch
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