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colonial gvmnt cont.

so much harder!!!!

what is a chater? a document that gives colonies its government
Who represented the king on colonial government? A governer appointed by the king
Who could appoint representatives to the upper house? The Governer
Who could send representatives to the lower house? The colonists
Who couldn't make laws for the colonies? The Governer and the colonists
What did the Magna Carta limit? the King's power
what is parliament? An English legislature( a legislature makes laws)
What are the 3 ideas stated in the Magna Carta? 1.the king can't just take the citizens property2.All people must get justice3.The punishment must fit the crime
What does the English bill of rights limit? It also limits the kings power
what are the rules on the English bill of rights? 1.no laws can be made without the approvement of parliament2.The people are lawful to keeps arms3.Parliament must approve taxes4.all trials must have jurys5.elections must be free to all
Created by: jlesnick