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Article Four of the U.S. Constitution explains the powers delegated to the national government lists the powers implied as belonging to national government explains the powers reserved to the state governments lists the powers concurrent to the state governments
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Article II of the U.S. Constitution describes the structure and powers of the legislative branch organization and duties of the executive branch oversight and impeachment powers of Congress creation and support of the federal bureaucracy
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