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Name someone you think has strong ethical principles. Which ethical characters traits does this person hold explain? Barack Obama he have the strong ethical principles because he hold whole country issues and also he keep every people happy in country. Here many people with their different ideas feelings and ethics. Our president traits can hold it.
What two things make a representative democracy • Voters select representatives to make the day-to-day decisions • Sovereign power ultimately resides in the people
What is the supreme law of the land? The constitution is supreme law of the land.
What determines who wins President? Electoral votes determine who wins president
What are the five sources of law in the United States? The five sources of law in the United States are: Federal and state constitutions *English common law *Statues *Court decisions *Administrative law
What is the Bill of Rights and what is its purpose The first ten amendments, ratified in 1791, are called the Bill of Rights, and the purpose is to protect two kinds of rights: rights of individual liberty and rights of persons accused of crimes.
9. What is bill of right and what is its purpose? The first ten amendments, ratified in 1791, are called the Bill of Rights, and the purpose is to protect two kinds of rights: rights of individual liberty and rights of persons accused of crimes.
4. How can the greatest good principal be misapplied? Sometime greatest good principal be misapplied to identify the guilty. Like somebody who knows about the truth but they lied and they hide it in this reason they misapplied
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