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Unit 3 ch. Test

Term for sharing of power between the federal government and the state government. Ferderalism
The U.S. Constitution ensures that there are three divided branches of government known as?? Seperation of powers
when each branch of government checks on the other branches to see what they are doing is know as ? checks & balances
The U.S. Constitution is the _______ law of the land. Supprene.
The right of the people to vote for an issue is called? popular sovereignty
Republicanism is reflected in both the U.S. and Texas constitutions in the fact that both elect ____________ to legislatures. represent
U.S. and Texas Constitutions both reflect the following principles. 1. individual Bill of Rights 2. 3 branches of government 3. government of laws, not men 4. limited governments
The judicial branch in both the U.S. and TX Constitutions checks the power of the legislature by declaring a law . un-constitations
What type of government only has the powers that a constitutions gives it? limited government