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The United State Constitution was signed on September 17 1787. It established our countries first laws and said how America’s new goverment wood work. It explained how we have a president whose in charge, a Congress to make laws, and a Supreme Court to decide if people is following the laws. over the years, we have made “amendments” (changes) to the Constitution to protect everyone’s fredom. The first ten amedments are called the Bill of Rights.

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The United States Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787. It established our country's first laws and said how America’s new government would work. It explained how we have a president who's in charge, a Congress to make laws, and a Supreme Court to decide if people are following the laws. Over the years, we have made “amendments” (changes) to the Constitution to protect everyone’s freedom. The first ten amendments are called the Bill of Rights.

 



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