The Constitution of the United States
An introduction of the Constitution of the United States
1. All people should have the right to life, liberty, property, petition and fair trial
2. All people should have the freedom of speech, the press, assembly and religion.
3. A federal republic will be formed; and the Federal Government shall share power with State Governments.
4. The three branches of the Federal Government are organized according to the separation of powers, so that the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary are kept separate.
5. The American people will elect Congress, formed by the Senate and the House of Representatives, to make laws.
6. The American people will also elect the President who will carry out the laws; and the Supreme Court has the power to interpret these laws.