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Maryland Constitution

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Morgan Clayton AP US Summer Project Constitution Analysis Identify topics of Articles I-VII: Article I- Talks about the three branches of government (Legislative branch). Article II- Addresses regulations of the president and vice president (Executive branch) Article III- Explains the last part of the three branches of government. Supreme Court is the highest. Cases and appeal. Article IV- Addresses the states. All states will abide by all laws in different states. Expresses a republic form of government. Article V- Correct ways of changing the constitution. Article VI- Regards to the debts and wellbeing of the United States. Swearing under oath. Article VII- Ratifying the constitution. Bill of Rights: The first ten amendments were created to ensure the rights of individuals:
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