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The American Constitution (Bill of Rights)

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Origins of the American Constitution: The American Constitution is the oldest written constitution still in force. It reflects influences of the British parliamentary system (two chambers) and of English Common Law (principles of the Bill of Rights). The Constitution of 1787 replaced the 'Articles of Confederation of 1781, a loose agreement of the 13 states which gave the central power too little authority over the individual states. The American Constitution (1787) is a single written document. It's principle is that a government must receive all its powers from people. The American Constitution - The basic ideas of the Constitution: government by agreement of the governed final authority belongs to the people belief in the fundamental rights of the people as expressed in the Bill of Rights یا a represensitive democracy:. ↳ represensitives are elected by the people to run the governments. the federal system: power, is divided between the national government and state governments Seperation of powers into three branches: L یا Legislative (Congress), executive (President), and judicial (Courts). system of checks and balances of the three branches: governmental power limited by constitutional Law flexibility of the Constitution: it can change through amendment and judicial reinterpretation The basic Rights and Freedom of Americans:. The Bill of Rights (the first ten Amendments to the Constitution) was added in 1791 to state the rights of the individual against...

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governmental powers.. Freedom of religion: Freedom of worship. Freedom to belong to any religion or to none. No official religion religion may be established. Freedom of the press: Freedom to print books, newspaper, and magazines. No one may print falsehood or writings that harm our citizens. Freedom of petition: Freedom to urge our governments to pass laws. Freedom to ask our governments to take certain actions. Rights to equal justice: All persons accused of a crime must receive fair and equal treatment in a court of Law. Freedom of speech: Freedom to express ideas and opinions. No one may use this freedom to speak falsely in order to harm or to injure other citizens. Freedom of assembly: Freedom to hold meetings. Meetings must be peaceful and obey local laws.. Freedom and security of citizens: No unlawful search may be made of our homes. Right to bear arms to protect ourselves. No troops may be stationed in our homes. The importance of the Constitution for Americans: The document, as a source of patriotism and self-identification, has greatly contributed to the making of the American nation. Is set forth the legal heritage upon which the US is built. without any It has become a symbol of stability and continuity, as it has been in force for over 200 years The great ideals and basic values expressed in the Constitution have served as a model for the free world: a government elected to serve, not to rule the people, and based on the consent of the governed.. equality of all citizens under the "supreme Law of the land" guarantee of basic human freedoms basic changes.

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Origins of the American Constitution: The American Constitution is the oldest written constitution still in force. It reflects influences of the British parliamentary system (two chambers) and of English Common Law (principles of the Bill of Rights). The Constitution of 1787 replaced the 'Articles of Confederation of 1781, a loose agreement of the 13 states which gave the central power too little authority over the individual states. The American Constitution (1787) is a single written document. It's principle is that a government must receive all its powers from people. The American Constitution - The basic ideas of the Constitution: government by agreement of the governed final authority belongs to the people belief in the fundamental rights of the people as expressed in the Bill of Rights یا a represensitive democracy:. ↳ represensitives are elected by the people to run the governments. the federal system: power, is divided between the national government and state governments Seperation of powers into three branches: L یا Legislative (Congress), executive (President), and judicial (Courts). system of checks and balances of the three branches: governmental power limited by constitutional Law flexibility of the Constitution: it can change through amendment and judicial reinterpretation The basic Rights and Freedom of Americans:. The Bill of Rights (the first ten Amendments to the Constitution) was added in 1791 to state the rights of the individual against...

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governmental powers.. Freedom of religion: Freedom of worship. Freedom to belong to any religion or to none. No official religion religion may be established. Freedom of the press: Freedom to print books, newspaper, and magazines. No one may print falsehood or writings that harm our citizens. Freedom of petition: Freedom to urge our governments to pass laws. Freedom to ask our governments to take certain actions. Rights to equal justice: All persons accused of a crime must receive fair and equal treatment in a court of Law. Freedom of speech: Freedom to express ideas and opinions. No one may use this freedom to speak falsely in order to harm or to injure other citizens. Freedom of assembly: Freedom to hold meetings. Meetings must be peaceful and obey local laws.. Freedom and security of citizens: No unlawful search may be made of our homes. Right to bear arms to protect ourselves. No troops may be stationed in our homes. The importance of the Constitution for Americans: The document, as a source of patriotism and self-identification, has greatly contributed to the making of the American nation. Is set forth the legal heritage upon which the US is built. without any It has become a symbol of stability and continuity, as it has been in force for over 200 years The great ideals and basic values expressed in the Constitution have served as a model for the free world: a government elected to serve, not to rule the people, and based on the consent of the governed.. equality of all citizens under the "supreme Law of the land" guarantee of basic human freedoms basic changes.