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The supreme law of the United States, the Constitution provided the framework for the creation of the United States government.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of a rigid constitution?

disadvantage and advantage of rigid constitution
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The 7 weakness of the articles of conferdation?

what were the 7 weakness of the Articles of Confederation?
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What is the similarities between feature article and news article?

all news stories are cut from the same mold.the first element of news writting ,of course,to deliver the news. Both news and features demand the same level of reporting. ...
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Who was impeached and removed as president?

no president has been removed
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What is the main role of the judicial branch government?

the main role of the judicial branch is to interpret laws
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What is impeachment?

Impeachment is the process used by a legislative body to bring charges of wrongdoing against a public official. Basically, it is the indictment of an appointed or elected public officer on serious criminal charges. The legal basis for impeachment is stated in Article II, Section 4 of the United States Constitution: "The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery,...
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Before both houses of congress pass it and the president signs it a proposed law is a?

A bill. At this stage, it's something that is being proposed as being a law, but has not yet met the requirements of becoming a law. ...
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What four basic rights are protected by the sixth amendment?

1. Speedy Trial 2. Impartial Jury 3. Public Jury 4. a lawyer
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Why policy is important?

Policy through history, and even today, is important because it is the "mind-set" that a country brings to the international table and what a politician brings to his office. In short, it is the idea of how things should be done on a National, communal, or International scale. A politician brings his own "Policy" to his office, but he has to listen to the policies of past politicians, what the people think he should do, and from that decide what the right...
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What do they call the president's cabinet officers?

The President's cabinet officers are called the Cabinet.
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What reason did two delegates give for refusing to sign the constitution?

As a solution to this dispute, delegates agreed to what was called the Three-Fifths Compromise. ...
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Why did some of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention refuse to sign the constitution?

This was an extremely difficult event for these delegates and none took it lightly. It was very solemn and the Delegates attending on that last day all had respect for each other. For those who remained and refused to sign (the primary focus I believe of your question) I must take exception with Elizabeth's stated reasons for their not signing and say that their refusal had little if any thing to do with the question of slavery. This is not to...
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What role do citizens have to vote and personal freedoms in Iran?

the citizens of iran have the freedom of speech but not freedom of press
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What are non-legislative powers?

What are the Non Legislative Powers or Congress???