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Unformatted text preview: article in which this information can be found. 4. Referring to question 3, what is the main power of the Court? Give the article in which this information can be found. 5. The “Three-fifths compromise” is described in the Constitution. Explain the main element of this compromise. (By the way, this compromise has been overturned by later amendments, including Amendment XIII and Amendment XIV). 6. Read in Article III (3) about treason. Explain the only two ways by which a person can be convicted of treason. 7. Read Article IV (4). Who has the power to admit new states to the Union? 8. Read Article VII (7). How many states’ approval was necessary for this new Constitution to be approved? 9. Describe (briefly) the bill of rights. Where, in the Constitution, would the bill of rights be found (specifically)? 10. Read Article V (5). Explain the two ways an amendment to the Constitution can be proposed....
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course POL SCI 101 taught by Professor Baker during the Summer '10 term at KCTCS.
- Summer '10