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The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the
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User: The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called





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User: The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called

Weegy: Article One of the United States Constitution describes the powers of Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government. [ The Article establishes the powers of and limitations on the Congress, consisting of a House of Representatives composed of Representatives, with each state gaining or losing representation in proportion to its population, and a Senate, composed of two Senators from each state. The article details the manner of election and qualifications of members of each House. It outlines legislative procedure and enumerates the powers vested in the legislative branch. Finally, it establishes limits on the powers of both Congress and the states. ]



User: 25th Amendment - 18th Amendment - 16th Amendment - 1st Amendment - 5th Amendment - 8th Amendment - 7th Amendment - 22nd Amendment - 10th Amendment - 4th amendment A. jury trials in civil cases involving items worth more than $20 B. a president may be elected to no more than two terms C. prohibits cruel and unusual punishment D. prohibits the making, export, import, or sale of alcoholic beverages. E. federal income tax F. details of presidential succession G. the "freedoms" amendment H. protects against unreasonable search and seizure I. the rights of the accused J. provides for the reserved powers of the states

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