Structure of the Constitution
The Constitution has three main parts which include the Preamble, Articles, and Amendments.
Terms in this set (17)
INTRODUCTION to the Constitution
Lay out the STRUCTURE of our GOVERNMENT
CHANGES to the Constitution
The article that creates the LEGISLATIVE Branch
The article that creates the EXECUTIVE Branch
The article that creates the JUDICIAL Branch
It takes this fraction of CONGRESS to PROPOSE an amendment
It takes this fraction of the total STATE legislatures to RATIFY an amendment
APPROVAL of an amendment or law
Means to introduce an amendment for a change to the Constitution
Beginning of the Constitution that starts with "We the People..."
Explains the goals and purpose of the Constitution
Which part of the Constitution claims that it is the "supreme law of the land"
The Bill of Rights is made up of the first 10 ________.
____________ to the Constitution are difficult because of how important the document is to the structure of our government
Level of government that has the final say on whether or not an amendment is accepted
Document that is the blueprint for our government
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