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federalisto people for the constitution
anti-federalists people against the constitution
federal system National and state gov. both gov.
compromise give up something to get something
preamble introduction to the constitution
legislative Branch lawmaking part of the government
Enumerated Powers Powers listed in the constitution
Implied powers powers not listed in the constitution
electoral college people who choose the president
Amendment a written change in the constitution
Executive Branch part of government that enforces law
Judicial Branch part of gov that interprets laws
Veto to reject
Checks and balances keeps one branch of gov from being to powerful
Regulate to control
Override to reject a veto
Popular sovereignty the right to govern comes from the people
Reserved powers state powers
Concurrent powers powers shared by the federal & state government
Supremacy Clause federal law takes precedent
Created by: avila_