. The first three articles deal with the three branches of government and talks about the powers they have. The last four deals with adding judges, adding amendments, and that constitution is the nations’ supreme law.
3. A) Executive branch, legislative, and judicial
b. The executive branch can appoint judges and other federal judges. The legislative branch may impeach federal judges and override the president and approves laws and treaties. The judicial can declare acts of the executive and legislative branches unconstitutional.
4. A) Rule Of Law entails that the people of a nation are governed by clear and fair rules, rather than at the discretion and personal exercise of power. Citizens are explicitly told what they can and can't do in the constitution or in laws. With Rule Of Law in place, citizens can expect to be treated fairly by a justified government.
b) Most of the time farmers were not treated fairly compared to the towns people they were ripped of and taken advantage of because of lack of schooling.
c) People like farmers would be taken advantage of because of lack of schooling and people that don’t much about law will also be hurt in this.
5. A) Judicial review is based on the idea that a constitution—which dictates the nature, functions, and limits of a government—is the supreme law. Consequently, any actions by a government that violate the principles of its constitution are invalid.
B) Before judicial review federal law did not have any say in the control of certain matters.
6. Constant vetoing and of both legislative and executive branches.
1. Yes, for a check and balance system.
2. The reason the Supreme Court is so important because they don’t have to serve anyone but the constitution and congress has the people.