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Protects
freedom of
press, speech
and religion
þhat is the 1st
Amendment ?
Äequires a search
warrant for police
to enter a home.
þhat is the
4 th

Amendment?
_aying
something that is
meant to damage
another person·s
reputation
þhat is slander?
(o on can be put
on trial for a
serious crime
unless a grand
jury agrees the
evidence
justifies it.
þhat is the
5 th

Amendment ?
Power of the
government to take
private property for
public use
þhat is eminent
domain?
±he introduction to
the Constitution
þhat is the
preamble?
_ole power to
impeach a
government official
of wrong doing
þhat is the House of
Äepresentatives?
ëetermines the
number of
Äepresentatives each
state has.
þhat is Population?
(ecessary and
proper clause of the
Constitution often
used to expand the
powers of Congress
þhat is the elastic
clause?
1 st
President to be
impeached by the
House of
Äepresentatives
þho is President
Andrew Johnson?
±he month in
which electors
cast votes for
President and
Vice President of
the United _tates
þhat is
ëecember?
Administered by
the Chief Justice
of the United
_tates
þhat is the
Oath of Office?
_ets up a system
for electing a
President and lists
the requirements
for the office
þhat is article II?
Presidential
speech reporting
the nation·s
condition to
Congress
þhat is the
_tate of the
Union?
aximum
number of years
a President can
serve.
þhat is 10 years?
Article which
created the
Judicial Branch
þhat is Article III?
Courts which have
less power than the
_upreme Court
þhat are Inferior
Courts?
Allows federal courts
to decide whether
court decisions and
laws are in keeping
with the intent of the
Constitution
þhat is Judicial
Äeview?
±he federal
government has
certain powers,
even though they
are not spelled out
in the Constitution
þhat are
Implied
Powers?
±he ´Great Chief
Justice.µ
þho is Chief
Justice John
arshall?
embers who
attended the
Constitutional
Convention in
Philadelphia
þho are delegates?
Another term for
implied power
þhat is absolute?
A document
presented to
Congress for
adoption in to law
þhat is a bill?
þhen each branch
of the government
has the means to
check actions of the
other branches
þhat are checks
and balances?
Agreement in 1781
under which the 13
original colonies
established a
government of states
þhat are the
Articles of
Confederations?