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Ch. 3-1 Articles/Pre

Articles of the Constitution

Article I Legislative branch
Article II Executive branch
Article III Judicial branch
Article IV Describes the relationships among the states and between the states and the national government
Article V Describes how the Constitution can be amended
Article VI Establishes the Constitution as the supreme law of the land
Article VII Describes how the Constitution was ratified.
Article I This article is often considered the most important article.
Which article is often considered the most important article? Article I
The main body of the Constitution is made up of _____ articles. seven
In the Preamble to the Constitution, the Framers deliberately connected the new government to the _________. people
The purpose of the Preamble is to tell the ___________ of our people and the ________________ of our government. goals; purposes