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Constitution Retest

Constitution Reasses

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What do you call a change to the Constitution? Amendment
 United States citizen's responsibilities A citizen's group participating in local political and community affairs, obey laws, Vote for  representation in  government, pay taxes, & serve on a jury
Ways to ratify an amendment to the  Constitution: 3/4 of state conventions, 3/4 of state legislatures
Right: Freedoms citizens  have in their country
Responsibility: Ways citizens should  act for the good of  their country
The first step of the amendment process: Proposed amendment by Congress
The second step of the amendment process: Amendments are ratified by the states
Example of a citizen's rights: freedom of speech, women can vote, bare arms, government can collect taxes
An example of a right and a responsibility would be: voting
example of a person's rights being protected by the law: I can go to court to prove my innocence
Created by: ckimbro27