Branches of Government
In the United States there are 3 branches of government. The first branch is the Executive Branch which is the president, the president is responsible for enforcing the laws that the second branch of our government makes. The second branch of our government is the Legislative Branch. The legislative branch of our government is called Congress and our congress is responsible for making our laws. The third branch of the U.S. government is the Judicial part of our federal government. The Judicial branch is responsible for interpreting the laws according to the U.S. Constitution.
The founding fathers felt it was important to create the constitution to create a more perfect union among the states. There was a rebellion of farmers in Mass who were refusing to pay there debt