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constitution
a formal written plan of government
republic
a government where the citizens vote through elected officials
federalism
a government system that keeps the states and the nation's government seperated
Bill of Rights
the first ten ammendments
democratic
government of the people, for the people, and by the people
amendment
a change or addition to the constitution
Benjamin Franklin
"peace maker" oldest delegate
Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson
the president/presidents who have been impeached
Richard Nixon
one president who resighned
Franklin Roosavelt
the president/presidents who served for more than 2 terms
Philadelphia
where was the constitutional convention held
2
How many constitutions have the U.S. had
4 years
how long is the term for president
6 years
how long is the term for senators
2 years
how long is the term for representitives
lifetime
low long is te term for surpreme court
at least 35 years old, citizen by birth, legal resident of the U.S. for 14 years or more
what are the qualifications for president
at least 30 years old, citizen for at least 9 years, legal resident of the state he/she represents
what are the qualifications for the senate
at least 25 years old, citizen for at least 7 years, legal resident of the state he/she represents
what are the qualifications for representitives
can serve for a lifetime
what are the qualifications for surpreme court
27
how many amendments does the constitution have
speech, press, assembly, petition, religion
what are the 5 freedoms given in the bill of rights
13 amendment
abolised slavery
19 amendment
gives women the right to vote
22 amendment
limits the president term to 2 years
26 amendment
lowers the voting age to 18
Washington
1st president
Adams
2nd president
Jefferson
3rd president
Madison
4th president
Monroe
5th president
Mary Landrieu and David Viter
louisiana's 2 senators