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what are the three branches names are ? executive branch,legislative branch and judicial branch
the first ten amendments are called ? the bill of rights
thus great man who wrote the declaration of independence? james madison
freedom of speech. press , and religon are guaranteed by which amendment ? 1st amendment
which amendment oblished slavery? 13th amendment
the president can check the power of congress by _______ laws? vetoing
in court trials for a crime , who decides if a person is guilty or not guilty ? a jury
the bill of rights is the ? 1st ten amendments to the constitution
those who appose the constitution , such as george madison and patrick henry were ?called ? anti-federalists
the purpose of goverment , as described by the declaration of independence, is to ? protect peoples natural rights
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