Following Franklin D. Roosevelt’s election to third and fourth terms, this amendment set a future limit at two terms.
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Article II of the Constitution establishes the Executive branch of the federal government.
The Preamble to the Constitution outlines the purposes of the Constitution, and defines the powers of the new government as originating from the people of the United States.
Article VII of the Constitution established a new ratification requirement for the states that met after the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
Article VI of the Constitution allowed the new federal government assumed the financial obligations of the old government, established the “supremacy clause” as the most important guarantor of national union, and required state and federal officials to take an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution.