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Constitution and Bill of Rights Review
Which branch is the U.S. Congress?
What two parts make up the U.S. Congress?
The House of Representatives and the Senate
Name 3 duties of the Congress?
Making laws controlling trade between states and other countries Making laws about taxes and borrowing Declaring war on other countries
The number of representatives a state has depends on …
The population or the number of people living in your state.
What is the name of the building where the legislative branch of the government works?
The U.S. Capitol
What is the name of the building where the President lives?
The White House
What are the length of terms of the offices of the President, Senators, and Representatives?
President = 4 years Senators = 6 years Representatives = 2 years
How many Senators and Representatives do we have in the Federal Government?
100 Senators 435 Representatives
Name three duties of the President?
1.) make sure the laws are obeyed 2.) approves laws that Congress creates 3.) authorize the use of troops
What is the highest court in the land?
The Supreme Court
Because the President is technically the boss of every government worker, we call him what?
Chief of the Government
Fair, fast, and public trial?
6 th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition and assembly
1 st Amendment
Due process of law, double jeopardy, and self-incrinimation
5 th Amendment
Right for a trial by jury
7 th Amendment
Power reserved to the states and its people
10 th Amendment
Right to bear arms
2 nd Amendment
Quartering of soldiers
3 rd Amendment
Search and arrest warrant
4 th Amendment
Existence of other rights for the people, “etcetera”
9 th Amendment
Excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment
8 th Amendment
Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties
1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech
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