The US Constitution sets up the structure of our government and protects the basic rights of Americans. Due to its importance, the naturalization test one must pass to become a US citizen contains many questions about it. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, meaning no state or local laws can take precedence over the Constitution's provisions. Its first 3 words of the document, We The People, highlight how the US government was designed to be a government for the people and by the people. Over time, 27 amendments, or changes, were made to the Constitution. The first 10 amendments are collectively known as the Bill of Rights. The first amendment guarantees the right of speech, religion, assembly, press, and to petition the government.
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