Understanding the U.S. Constitution can be difficult, but this lesson makes it easier by giving background about its origin and summaries of the seven articles.
The U.S. Bill of Rights was tacked onto the U.S. Constitution—why and for whom? In this lesson, learn about the ten amendments that list Americans' rights.
This lesson gives an introduction to the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of U.S. government. Learn about each branch's role, powers, and more.
Learn about the U.S.'s legislative branch, including the origin of the House and Senate, their differences, powers, and qualifications of members.
Get an overview of the president's qualifications and powers as well as other aspects of the executive branch including the Cabinet, EOP, and federal agencies.
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