The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction Topics for Discussion

Floyd G. Cullop
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What fact about the history of the Constitution have you learned that was previously unknown to you?

How were the Articles of Confederation important to the United States Government?

Which do you feel is the most misinterpreted Amendment?

How does something become a law?

Do you agree with the punishment set forth for treason? Discuss.

Which branch of the government do you feel is the most important?

Do you feel that the restriction on the terms for the presidency is fair? Explain.

How might the government be different today if there had been no Constitutional Amendments?

Why is the President Pro Tempore important?

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