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Constitution

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Constitution a written plan for government
articles The articles make up the main part of the Constitution. They describe how government is set up.
amendments There are currently 27 amendments. They are additions (changes) to the Constitution that were made over time.
preamble States what the constitution is about. 6 purposes of government: “form a more perfect union”, “establish justice”, “insure domestic Tranquility”, “provide for the common defense”, “promote the general Welfare”, and “secure the Blessings of Liberty”.
ratify to confirm a decision (make an amendment to the Constitution official
right privileges granted to individuals by governing bodies, and are generally written into laws
responsibility a duty or obligation that is accepted, or put into action
Created by: ckimbro27