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Article I: Creates the Legislative Branch
Article II: Creates the Executive Branch
Article III: Creates the Judicial Branch
Article IV: Crafts the relationship between the federal government and the states, as well as explains the obligations that states owe to each other
Article V: Explains how the Constitution can be amended
Article VI: Explains certain details about the transition from the Articles of Confederation-bound government to the Constitution-bound government and establishes the supremacy of the United States Constitution, international treaties, and all and federal laws made in pursuance of the Constitution
Article VII: Explains how the Constitution is ratified and testifies to the unanimous support of the states represented at the Constitutional Convention
There are only twenty-seven amendments to the Constitution, including the first ten, which are the Bill of Rights.
You can read this and more about the Constitution and Constitution Day at this site.
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