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Civics chapter 4

How did the framers distribute power in the Constitution? Separation of powers
Why did the framers distribute power in the Constitution? Rule Of Law
1st Amendment-what are the individual freedoms? Religion Assembly Petition Press Speech
How the Constitution is organized? Amendments, Article, Clauses, and the three branches
Impeachment When the president is fired from wrong-doing
Article I- what is it and what does it establish? Voting, or what things are required for a citizen to vote
Article II- what is it and what does it establish? Law & powers
Article III- what is it and what does it establish? Article lll is about the judicial and executive branches of government
13th Amendment- Emancipated the slaves
14th Amendment- defined citizenship for everyone
15th Amendment- voting rights for freedom
17th Amendment- elections for seniters
19th Amendment- woman rights to vote
23 Amendment- people that live in Washington DC are able to vote
24th Amendment- banned poll taxes
26th Amendment- 18 voting age
27th Amendment- congress pay raise
due process government has to respect all rights
Supremacy Clause of the Constitution supreme law of land
enumerated powers enumerated powers are a list of items found in Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution that set forth the authority of Congress.
implied powers This "Necessary and Proper Clause"
delegated powers powers granted to the national government
reserved powers powers kept by the states under the constituion
concurrent powers shared powers
veto power when the president gives back a bill to congress
civil case non- criminal case
Created by: aleighastcyr
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