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Group 1 population

group 1 population and culture vocal

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popular sovereignty a goverment in which the people rule a systemin which the reident vote to decide
republicanism a belief that government should be based on the consent of the people;people exercise their power by voting for political representaives
limited govermment the principle that requires all U.S citizen, including government leaders, to obey the law
individual rights a personal liberty and privilege guaranteed to U.S citizens by the bill of right
separation of powers the division of basic government roles into branches executive, legislative, and judicial
checks and balances the ability of each branch of government to exercise checks ,or controls over the other branches
federalims a system of government where power is shared among the central (or federal ) government and the states
Created by: Haley Murphy Haley Murphy