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US History

QuestionAnswer
The right to bear arms 5th amendment
the right to have a lawyer and the right to a speedy trial 6th amendment
freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of press 1st amendment
this branch finds laws unconstitutional Judicial branch
this branch can veto laws executive
this branch can impeach the president legislative
This document created a weak government Articles of Confederation
this system keeps all branches of government from having too much power checks and balances
Ben Franklin, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson were important people at the Constitutional COnvention True
Who was the commander in chief of the Continental Army? George Washington
Which amendment says no excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment 8th amendment
Created by: kpaterson