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Read the Constitution and then answer the questions that follow.
1. What are the three parts of the Constitution?

2. Complete each item below with a brief explanation.
a. Articles I, II, III create
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b. Articles II, Section 4 deals with
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c. Articles III, Section 2 outlines
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d. Articles IV describes
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3. According to Article V, what is only topic that may not be the subject of an
amendment without special consent?
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4. Which five amendments extended the rights to vote, either directly or indirectly?

5. What is the purpose of the 10th amendment?
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6. How has the Sixteenth Amendment changed state-nation relationships?
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7. Article I, section 3.
a. Who has the sole power of impeachment?
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b. Who is the President of the Senate?
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c. Who breaks a tied vote in the Senate?
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8. How many powers are specifically granted to Congress in the Constitution?
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9. What powers are denied to the states by the Constitution?

10. What is the relationship between the 18th and 21st Amendments?

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