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GENERAL SUMMARY ANALYSIS OF:
CONSTITUTION OF
THE UNITED STATES

 
   Preamble: The people hold the power:
"We the People . . . in order to form a more perfect union, . . . and secure the blessings of liberty . . ."
ARTICLE I.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Legislative powers.
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  • 2. House of representatives; qualifications of members; appointment of representatives and direct taxes; census; first appointment; vacancies; officers of the house; impeachments.
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  • 3. Senate, classification of senators; qualifications of; vice president to preside; other officers; trial of impeachments.
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  • 4. Election of members of congress; time assembling of congress.
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  • 5. Powers of each house; punishment for disorderly Behaviour; journal; adjournments.
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  • 6. Compensation and privileges; disabilities of members.
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  • 7. Revenue bills; passage and approval of bills; orders and resolutions.
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  • 8. General powers of congress; borrowing money; regulating commerce; naturalization and bankruptcy; money; weights and measures; counterfeiting; post offices; patents and copyrights; inferior courts; piracies and felonies; war; marque and reprisal; armies; navy; land and naval forces; calling the militia; District of Columbia; to enact laws necessary to enforce the Constitution.
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  • 9. Limitations of congress; migration; writ; of habeas corpus; bills of attainder and ex post facto laws prohibited; direct taxes; exports not to be taxed; interstate shipping; drawing money from the treasury; financial statements to be published; titles of nobility and favors from foreign powers prohibited.
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  • 10. Limitations of the individual States; no treaties; letters of marque and reprisal; no coining of money; bills of credit; not allowed to make any Thing but gold and silver Coin for payment of debts; no bills of attainder; ex post facto Law or law impairing the obligation of contracts; no title of nobility; State imposts and duties; further restrictions on State powers.
 
ARTICLE II.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Executive powers; electors; qualifications, vacancy, compensation and Oath of the president.
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  • 2. Powers and duties of the president; making of treaties; powers of appointments.
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  • 3. Other powers and duties.
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  • 4. All government officers are liable to impeachment.
 
ARTICLE III.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Judicial powers; all judges must have good Behaviour to stay in office; compensation not to be diminished.
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  • 2. Jurisdiction of federal courts and supreme court; trials for crime by jury except impeachment.
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  • 3. Treason defined; trial for and punishment.
 
ARTICLE IV.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Message to the States; each State is to give full faith and credit to public acts and records of other States.
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  • 2. Citizens of each State shall be entitled; fleeing from justice.
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  • 3. Admission of new States; power of congress over territories.
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  • 4. Republican form of government guaranteed to every State; protection from invasion or domestic violence.
 
ARTICLE V.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Amending the Constitution.
 
ARTICLE VI.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. National obligations; Public debt; Constitution to be the supreme Law of the land; Constitutional Oath of office; no religious test required.
 
ARTICLE VII.
 
    SECTION
  • 1. Ratification of the Constitution; George Washington signs Twelfhindi, the highest ranking Saxon government, eg. He was equal of 1200 King Georges, or you as a juror are equal to 1200 presidents, congressmen or judges, local, federal or of the supreme Court.
 
 

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