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What is the supreme law of the land? (What do all U.S. citizens follow above all else?) The Constitution
What is the purpose of the Constitution? To Guide the US
What do we call a change or addition to the Constitution? An Amendment
What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution? The Bill of Rights
What is one right or freedom from the First Amendment? Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Petition, Assmembley
How many amendments does the Constitution have? 27
What did the Declaration of Independence do? Showed our intent to break away from the UK
What is freedom of religion? The Freedom to follow whatever religion you want
What type of economic system do we have in the United States? Capitalist
Name one branch or part of the government. Legislative, Executive, Judicial
Created by: 20hartj