The Articles are the majority of the U.S. Constitution, explaining rules and laws of our new country.
Article 1 explains the Legislative branch. The Legislative Branch is made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and together they make up our Congress. The Congress is able to do many things thanks to Article 1, like declare war and enact legislation.
Article 2 explains the Executive branch. The Executive Branch is the President and the Vice President. This Article gives the President the power to do many things including pass or veto laws that were created by Congress.
Article 3 explains the Judicial Branch. It also explains the job of the Supreme Court Judges. Supreme Court Judges serve as a judge for life, unless they are removed, either by impeached or by found of commiting a crime.
Article 4 explains the state relations. This article states that each of the states of America has to be respectful to others states and laws created by the government. It also states that more states can be added to the United States of America.
Article 5 explains the amending process. This article states that any amendment can be changed, or amended, and added to the Constitution.
Article 6 explains how the Constitution is the supreme law. This article states that the Constitution is the supreme law over any and all government personal and is what this country will stand on.
Article 7 explains the ratification of the Constitution. This article says that in order for the Constitution to take action, they need at least 9 of the 13 states to "A OK" the Constitution!