Structure of the Constitution
By Gabby Hutter
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Article III outlines the judicial branch, hence the "J" in the mnemonic device. Federal courts make up the judicial branch. This branch interprets the laws.
Article IV deals with the states. The first "S" in the mnemonic device stands for "states". This article explains state relationships how they must interact with each other), admitting new states and state governments.
This article explains supremacy, hence the "S" in the mnemonic device. The Supremacy Clause is included in this article. This clause explains that the U.S. Constitution is the "supreme law of the land."