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On July 4, 1776 the
In the Constitution they wrote about the government. They said the new government would have 3 branches (parts).
They wrote that they wanted a fair court system, good living conditions and freedom for all people. So they wrote about people’s rights in the “Bill of Rights”. The Bill of Rights says that all people in the U.S. should have.
And many other rights, too. Which of these rights is more important for you? Why?
1. What is the Constitution?
2. How many branches are there in our government?
3. What is the birthday of the United States?
1. How is the government in your country different or similar to the U.S.?
2. What is the birthday of your government?