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The Decoration of independence-Who did the colonists want to be free from? The British
The Decoration of independence-When was the document signed July 4, 1776
The Decoration of independence-Who Wrote the first draft Thomas Jefferson
what were the first 10 amendments called Bill of Rights
How many amendments s are there in total 27
The Executive Branch The President's and his or her Cabinet
The Legislative Branch Consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate together they are called congress
The Judicial Branch Made up of justices that can serve for life.
what is a Constitution A plan of government
What was the first Constitution of the US Articles of Confederation
Why did the first Constitution of the US not work Because it was weak
What is an Amendments A Change
what is a preamble an introduction
the 3 parts a Constitution Preamble,articles,amendments
What was the main purpose of the Constitution of the united states? to create a better plan of government to promote the country's well-being. To be allowed to defend itself against enemies and maintain a peaceful country with justice for all citizens
why was the bill of rights added to the Constitution of the US Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution providing a way for changes to be made.
Federal laws In place to give Untied states power and states laws.Laws that are enforced by enforced by individual states.
Created by: kajnewman