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Constitutional Conve

Constitution Convention

TermDefinition
The executive branch Executes or carries out laws.
Federalism System where government shares power with state governments.
The President Who is the the head of the executive branch.
Representative Democracy A form of government where citizens elect representatives to represent their needs or wants in the government.
What does the constitution say is in the supreme law of land. What are U.S or Federal Laws?
What does it mean to execute? To carry out a law.
What is republican? A representative form of government.
What does it mean to ratify? To approve or pass a new amendment.
What is the serving term for the House of Representatives? 2 years.
What is a list of rights added to the Constitution that were not already listed? The Bill of Rights.
How many Senators are there in the U.S Congress? 100 senators ( 2 for every state).
What is the Legislature responsible for? Turning citizens wants and needs into laws.
What is the Executive Branch reponsible for? Executes or carries out laws
Who rights the Laws? The Legislative Branch.
What does Article 7 Do? It explains how to ratify the Constitution.
State Legislature vote or Special Conventions What are methods to ratify an amendment?
What are additions to the constitution? The amendments.
Article 4 Discusses how states should act with eachother
Created by: Tyler1022
 

 



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