Civil Government ( Elizabeth Golden )

Civil Government ( Elizabeth Golden )

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Civil Government is the science which teaches a citizen the relation to himself, to his state, to his fellow citizens and to his government. A preamble is an explanatory introduction. A Constitution is an established form of government in a state, kingdom or country.

 

 

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After the Declaration of Independence was signed, the articles of confederation were drawn up. The could not go into operation until all the states gave their consent. They were ratified in 1778, went into effect 1781, they had no President, no judicial department, the courts were left to the states. They could propose everything but do nothing. There are three kinds of governments, limited monarchy, unlimited monarchy and republic

 

 

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Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary shall propose amendments to the constitution or on application of the legislature of two thirds of the several states shall call a convention to propose amendments which in either case shall be valid to all intents and purposes when ratified by the legislature of three fourth of the several states or convention held of three fourths there of.

 

 

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Representative shall have attained the age of twenty-five years of age seven years a citizen of the United States and an inhabitant of the state from which he is chosen. Senator shall have attained the age of thirty years nine years a citizen of the United States and an inhabitant of the state from which he is chosen.

 

 

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The executive authority makes temporary appointments until the meeting of the next legislature to fill vacancies in the senate. The executive authority issues writes fo election to fill vacancies in the house of representative.