What is in the Constitution

Article 1

The main Focus for article 1 is about the Legislative branch and Congress.
Congress is made up of 2 houses, the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Congress has a lot of control over the legislative branch but there is still somethings that they do not have power over.

This article focuses on making laws.
This article also works with the Supreme Court.

Article 2

This article is about the executive branch which includes the President and the Vice President.
This article is all about enforcing the laws.

Article 3

This article focuses and the Judicial branch which comprises with the Supreme Court.

The article focuses on interpreting laws and using them in court.


The first amendment is freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and assembly.
The second amendment is the right to bear arms.

The 3rd is the right to quarter soldiers

The 4th is the right to search and seizure.

The 5th is the right to Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self-Incrimination, Due Process.

The 6th is the rights to Accused in Criminal Prosecutions: Rights to Jury Trial, to Confront Opposing Witnesses and to Counsel

The 7th is the right to Jury Trial
The 8th is the right to protections against Excessive Bail, Cruel and Unusual Punishment

The 9th is the right to Non-Enumerated Rights.

The 10 is the right to reserve states.
The 11th amendment is the right to have suits against states.
The 12th amendment is the right to elect a President and Vice President.
The 13th amendment is the right to abolition slavery and involuntary servitude.

The 14th is the right to protect rights against state infringements.

The 15th amendment is the right to vote.
The 16th amendment is the right to have federal income taxes.
The 17th amendment is the right to vote for senators.

The 18th amendment is the right to prohibition.

The 19th amendment is that all women have the right to vote.

The 20th amendment is the right to commencement of Presidential Term and succession.

The 21st amendment is to repeal the 18th amendment.

The 22nd amendment is the right to a two term limit for a President.

The 23rd amendment is the district of Columbia Presidential Vote.

The 24th amendment it the right to poll tax in federal Elections.

The 25th amendment is the right to rill a Presidents shoes if the spot is vacant.
The 26th amendment is the right to vote at 18.

The 27th amendment is the right of congressional compensation.


My conclusion is that the constitution means a lot to me because with out any of it the the United States wouldn't be the same and it probably wouldn't be the ideal place for some to live.


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