The Man
the man-a person or group asserting authority or power over another, esp. in a manner experienced as being oppressive, demeaning, or threatening, as an employer, the police, or a dominating racial group.This word represents the constitution because of how powerful the document is. It also says inside the constitution that the three branches of the federal government (legislative, executive, and judicial)'s powers are only from the constitution. The federal government also can't deny a person their rights that the 1st, 5th, 9th, and 13th amendment gave the people from the constitution.

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"In matters of Power, let no more be heard of confidence in men, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution." -- Thomas Jefferson

The Constitution acts like a boss to the federal government by saying what it can or cannot do (amendments).Made by: Courtney R. per. 6

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This was really good! I liked the references of power in U.S. history.- Millie 6