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Under the Articles of Confederation, most power resided with the: states
Which document stated grievances against the king and declared the colonies' independence from Great Britain? decleration of independence
Which document protected the fundamental freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition? the bill of rights
What is the introduction to the Constitution called? the preamble
What are the first words in the Preamble to the Constitution? we the people
Why does the Preamble to the Constitution begin with the words, ―"We the people"? to establish that the power of the government comes from the people
What does "TO FORM A MORE PERFECT UNION" mean? to stregthen the country by unifying the states
What does "TO ESTABLISH JUSTICE" mean? to treat all citizens resonably, fairly, and impartially
What does "TO ENSURE DOMESTIC TRANQUILITY" mean? maintain order to ensure peace on home soil
What is meant by "TO PROVIDE FOR THE COMMON DEFENSE"? make sure that the country is prepared to defend itself from its enemies
What does it mean "TO PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE"? provide services and make efforts to improve the quality of life for all citizens
What does "TO PRESERVE THE BLESSINGS OF LIBERTY" mean? preserve and protect the rights and liberties of Americans, and to pass those freedoms on to future generations
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