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|Preamble||The preamble of the U.S. Constitution introduces the basic principles the authors hoped the document would uphold. Those... Read More|
|Article 1, Sections 1–10||The first article establishes the U.S. Congress and separates it into the Senate and the House of Representatives. ... Read More|
|Article 2, Sections 1–4||The president of the United States holds executive power and shall serve a term of four years along with the vice pres... Read More|
|Article 3, Sections 1–3||Section 1 establishes the Supreme Court as the holder of judicial power and reiterates Congress's right to establish s... Read More|
|Article 4, Sections 1–4||Each state must honor the laws and court decisions of another state. It is up to Congress to decide how those laws are... Read More|
|Article 5||Article 5 outlines the way constitutional amendments may be made. With a two-thirds vote from both the House and the Sen... Read More|
|Article 6||Any contracts or debts made by the United States before the Constitution are still valid. The Constitution and the laws ... Read More|
|Article 7||The Constitution will become valid and will take effect when ratified unanimously by nine states, who will hold conventi... Read More|
|Amendments 1–10||The First Amendment establishes free speech and forbids Congress from making any laws infringing upon freedom of relig... Read More|
|Amendments 11–19||Federal courts may not try cases where individuals from one state try to sue another state (e.g., citizens from South ... Read More|
|Amendments 20–27||The 20th Amendment shifts the presidential term from beginning on March 4 to beginning on January 20. It also establis... Read More|