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S: The Constitution by Natalie and Colten

BC: Thanks for reading. (:3)!!!!!!!!!!

FC: The Constitution by Natalie & Colten

1: The Constitution By Natalie & Colten 2011-2012

2: In the Constitution, are the Bill of Rights & the 3 branches.

3: The Constitution separates the powers between the 3 branches.

4: Ben Franklin, James Madison, and George Washington were a big part in writing the Constitution, but not the only ones. | In the Bill of Rights, there are 10 amendments.

5: The Bill of Rights is part of the Constitution. It gives us the freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom of press. Without the Bill of Rights, we would have a bad, gross, ugly, world.

6: The 3 branches of government are made of: the Executive, the Legislative, and the Judicial.

7: The Executive branch main responsibility is to explain the powers of the Executive branch. The members are the president and the congress. The Legislative branch main responsibility is inprint laws. | Members judges, justices. The legislative branch main responsibility is to make laws. Members: the house of reprsentivs & the senate.

8: as a opinion we think the 1st amendment is the most important because it gives people freedom of religion, speech & depress

9: About the Authors | Natalie | Loves cats , vegan , likes sports , has 3 dogs & 1 cat , loves to sleep , and is awesome | Colten | Loves ice cream , loves football , loves animals , loves winter , has 6 dogs , 1 cat

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