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FC: THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | By:Isaiah Prater Teacher:Mr.Tinnel Period:3rd

1: Remembering | Defining Constitution: | Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary:The manner in which sovereign power is distributed. | Chapter one | http://dictionary.reference.com:the system of fundamental principles according to which a nation, state, corporation, or the like, is governed

2: http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/: | constitution The act or process of composing, setting up, or establishing | http://www.Merriam-Webster.com/dictionary/constitution: | : an established law or custom | http://www.Websters-online-dictionary.org/ | Law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

3: Chapter 2 | The bill of rights is first introduced in the Chamber of Congress or aka The House Representatives then pass through the committee which take a vote then passes to the the Floor Action by Chamber then it most | The bill of rights is first introduced in the Chamber of Congress or aka The House Representatives then pass through the committee which take a vote then passes to the the Floor Action by Chamber then it most

4: have a majority or all of the votes. After that the bill is moved to another committee then to another Floor ACtion by Chamber. After all of that is complete the passes with or without amendment to the president and if he votes yes it becomes a official Law after the president signs it. | have a majority or all of the votes. After that the bill is moved to another committee then to another Floor ACtion by Chamber. After all of that is complete the passes with or without amendment to the president and if he votes yes it becomes a official Law after the president signs it

5: Chapter3 | How do All the branches keep each other from gaining to much power? | None of any of the three branches wanted the others to have more power than them because they would easily be able to take over or manipulate the them. So our four fathers came up with a plan, to give all branches equal power and the right to check up on the other branches with

6: out getting sued or without any fuss. The powers had their own independence and their own responsibility. The Legislative Branch holds the house of representatives,makes the laws, and decide whether the law becomes a bill, and has the right to declare war. The Executive branch contains the President and his cabinet, and they enforce the laws. The Judicial Branch contains courts such as the supreme court and smaller courts as well, and controls people's

7: Land, and has the right to punish criminals or law breakers as they see fit. Because of this these three branches basically or do control the country.

8: Chapter4 Amendments | It says in th second amendment that anyone has the right to bear arms but the four fathers put this as a bill in case anything like war against Britain was to take place, but it never did so we just kept it as law. I think this was added as law so we can have the right to protect ourselves from any kind danger or terrorist attack.

9: Chapter5 | WE the students and faculty of Hickory Ridge Middle School in order in order to form a more perfect board of education insure domestic safeness provide for the common education promote student safeness secure the the minds of students do ordain, and establish this document to Hickory Ridge Middle School.

10: Article1 | Legislative Branch | The legislative branch writes the laws and creates them so that means the principle and the vice principles would be in charge.

11: Article2 | Executive Branch | The executive branch is the contains the white house, which means that the president is involved. The power of the executive branch is given to the president or principle so he or she controls how things work.

12: Judicial Branch | The judicial branch contains the Supreme Court. they decide how your trail will go,and which of most of the laws would be so our counselors would or will be like the judicial branch deciding how you should be punished, and how most of the laws will be used if used at all.

13: As the people of Hickory Ridge Middle School, the laws have been stated that not only one piece of the the government can rule but the powers are split equally between the Judicial Branch, Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch. No one is to be treated unfairly no matter what race or religion, meaning everyone gets

14: The same amount of rights no more or less. Everyone has the right to bear arms, but should not be used for harm to another citizen or any human. There is no slavery, or a person cant own another person or make them do work unwillingly without pay.

15: Chapter6: | Living Document | The constitution of the united states is a living document because the constitution gives everyone rights, and divides the power of the government evenly so no branch will over take the others. The constitution also gives men and women alike the right to speak or in other words the right to speak there minds without getting arrested or killed.

16: It also gives you the right to celebrate or express your religion , and you cannot get in trouble or arrested for it and the right to a speedy trial meaning a fair trial instead of you going right to jail. These are a few examples of how The Constitution of The United States is a living document.

17: The End

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