The Constitution And Its Effects On The United States

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The constitution was the secound type of government on the Untited States.It 's a document that explains, how the government should act; what it can do and can 't do. The constitution is divided into seven articles. Article one establishes the legislative branch. It talks about "the necessary and proper clause" which means that congress has the power to pass any law that is necessary. It explains expressed powers and implied powers. Expressed powers are the power to tax, to raise an army and a navy, power to coin and to regulate inter state commerce. Power to impeach and remove the President, Supreme Court justices and federal judges for treason, bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors, Senate confirmation of treaties, Senate…show more content…
And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.” Privileges and Immunities Clause “The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States.” Article five talks about the process of amending an amendment. Article six talks about the supremacy clause. States that in any case where there is a conflict between state law and national law, the Constitution or federal treaties, the latter shall take precedence over the former. Article seven talks about the approval by conventions of nine of the states was required to ratify the Constitution. The bill of rights are the first ten amendments of the constitution. The bill of rights was made to try to protect everyones rights and freedom. amendment one allows to freely exercise any religion. to express themselves by allowing us the freedom of speech and to peacefully assemble. The secound amendement guarantees the right to bear arms. The Third Amendment makes it illegal and unconstitutional to allow soldiers to temporarily reside in private homes during peace time without the permission of the owner. The only time it is legally allowed to have soldiers live in private homes without the permission of the owner is during wartime. The Fourth protects citizens from unreasonable seizures and searches. The Fifth Amendment protects against double jeopardy,
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