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1) Encourage states to work together (perfect union).2) Make sure that all people are treated fairly (establish justice).3) Promote peace within the nation (insure domestic tranquility).4) Make the nation safe from external attack (provide for common defense).5) Promote the happiness
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1. Constitution Outline Packet Answers

2. 1) Encourage states to work together (perfect union). 2) Make sure that all people are treated fairly (establish justice). 3) Promote peace within the nation (insure domestic tranquility). 4) Make the nation safe from external attack (provide for common defense). 5) Promote the happiness & well-being of citizens (provide general welfare). 6) To make sure that future generations enjoy a life of freedom (secure blessing of liberty). Make Laws 1) Senate 2) House of Representatives

3. Two 1) Must be 25 years old 2) Must have been a U.S. citizen for 7 years 3) Must have been a resident of the state from which elected Population Impeachment Impeachment- To accuse a government official of wrongdoing Six 1) Must be 30 years old 2) Must have been a U.S. citizen for 9 years 3) Must have been a resident of the state from which elected 11. Two

5. Vice President Jury or trial court A) The 1st Tues. after the 1st Mon. in November B) Once a year or annually A) Two-thirds B) The Congressional Record C) Three days 1) Felony 2) Breach of peace 3) Treason 4) Being prevented from doing his/her job.

6. 1) Hold it for 10 days, if Congress is in session, it becomes law without the president?s signature 2) Hold it for 10 days, if Congress is not in session, it dies without presidential action (this is called a pocket veto) 3) Sign the bill into law 4) Veto the bill 18. 1) Collect taxes 2) Borrow money 3) Regulate trade w/ foreign nations & between States 4) Establish rules of naturalization 5) Coin money 7) Establish a Post Office 9) Establish lower federal courts

7. 11) Declare War 12) Establish an army 13) Provide & maintain a navy 17) Establish the government for D.C. 18) Make all laws which are necessary & proper !!!Key Point!!! A) Elastic clause or the necessary & proper clause. 1) A person?s right to be brought before a court so the reason for imprisonment can be established. If no good reason exists, then the person must be set free. 2) A law which punishes a person without a trial 3) A law which makes an act a crime after the act is committed 4) Congress cannot pass laws which favor 1 state over another.

9. 1) Enter into a treaty 2) Enter into alliances with other countries/states 3) Declare war 4) Coin money 5) Pass laws which void contracts Four 1) Electors 2) Electoral College 23. 1) Electors 2) Must be @ least 35 years old 3) Must be a natural-born citizen 4) Must have been a resident of the U.S. for @ least 14 years.

10. 1) Commander-in-chief 2) Pardons 3) The approval of the Senate 1) Give reports to Congress (State of the Union) 2) Meet foreign visitors 3) Appoint military officers 4) Ensure the laws are carried out (enforce the law) 1) Impeachment 2) Senate 3) Two-thirds Independent Life

12. 1) Exercise judicial review 2) Judicial review is the supreme courts power to review an act of government & determine whether or not it is constitutional 3) The court?s authority to hear a case for the 1st time 4) The court?s authority to hear a case on appeal 5) A trial Relations among states 1) Birth certificates 2) Marriage certificates 3) wills 4) Drivers licenses 32. No answers 33. No answers

13. 1) Republican 2) Elect representatives to do the work of government in their behalf 1) Two-thirds vote of both houses of Congress 2) Two-thirds vote of all states 3) Three-fourths vote of all state legislatures 4) Three-fourths vote of special conventions held in each of the states 1) The Constitution of the U.S. 2) Treaties 3) Laws of the U.S. 1) Constitution of the U.S. 2) Ratification 1) Ten 2) Bill of Rights

15. Constitutional amendments that guarantee citizen rights Speech, religion, press, assembly, petition the government Unreasonable search and seizure 1) Grand jury 2) The same crime twice 3) Give evidence against themselves 4) Due process 5) Fair payment 1) Speedy, public 2) jury 3) Of the exact charges 4) Witness 5) Lawyer

16. 44. Jury 45. Fines, bail, cruel & unusual punishment 46. Blacks 47. Woman 48. Poll taxes 49. 18 years old 50. Keep and bear arms 51. Quartering troops in private homes during times of peace 52. Slavery 1) Citizenship 2) Former slaves 3) States 54. Listed in the Constitution

18. 55. 1) Federal government 2) States 3) people


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