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mo state test

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What is the meaning of check and balances power is shared between the different branches of government so that one person or part of government cannot dominate the others
what is the meaning of federalism exclusive and concurrent (shared) powers of thestate and national government
what is the meaning of representation
what is the meaning of popular sovereignty
what is the meaning of seperation of powers
what is the meaning of due process of law
what is the meaning of judical review
what is the meaning of limited government
what is the meaning of majority rule and minority rights
what is the meaning of civil rights
what is the meaning of the constitution
what is the meaning of communism
what is the meaning of articles of confederation
what is the meaning presidential system
what is the meaning of parliamentary system
what is the meaning of authoritarian
what is the meaning of democratic
what is the meaning of Laissez Faire
what is the meaning of socailism
what is the meaning of republic
what is the meaning of judicial power
what is the meaning of executive power
what is the meaning of legislative power
what is the meaning of elastic clause
what is the meaning of necessary and proper clause
what is the meaning of proportional representation
what is the meaning of reserved powers
what is the meaning of plead the fifth
what is the magma carta The magma carta is basic decleration of rights, first instance of due process of law
what is the social contract theory People give up some rights in return for protection by the government
what is the mayflower compact example of a social contract. first attempt at self-government in the colonies
what is the declaration of independence a statement of rights that broke ties with England
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