State the goals of the Constitution A+
The role of the US Congress is outlined in Article 1 of the US Constitution.
anti federalist are people who are against the constitution and federalist are people who want the constitution
Congress created the federal court system in the Judiciary Act of 1789, under the authority of Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution.
The right to coin money
The ability to coin money
bill of rights
check and balances
resistance to tyranny
The powers of the Federal government delineated in the US Constitution, give the federal government its duty to enforce Federal laws granted to it by the Constitution. If the powers not mentioned to belong to the Federal government, are left to the States.
One economic amendment has been ratified.
Congress can levy income taxes.
the ability to set rules for the police and fire departments
The Federal Government has greater authority than individual states.
right to a prompt and public trial