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BLACKWELL Chapter 3 Business Law--Constitutional Rights

amendment Change or alteration
impeachment Trying a government official for misconduct while in office.
civil rights Personal, human rights recognized & guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution
U.S. Constitution Seven articles--and subsequent amendments--that provide a workable framework for our federal government.
republic System of government whereby citizens elect representatives to decide issues.
democracy Governmental system whereby citizens vote directly to decide issues.
political party Private organization of citizens who select and promote candidates for public office.
Declaration of Independence Document drafted by representatives of the 13 original colonies that asserts the rights desired by the colonists.
sovereignty Freedom from external controls.
due process Constitutional requirement for fundamental fairness in our legal and court sustems.
legal duties Obligations or standards of conduct towards others that are enforceable by law.
Bill of Rights The first 10 amendments to the constitution of the U.S.
legal rights Benefits to which a person is justly entitled by law.
Created by: Knightcoach53