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ch 2-3 test

framers used this to build a strong national government while preserving the existing states and local self government federalism
what is known as constitutionalism or rule of law limited government
which prez broke no-third-term tradition FDR
what process did framers put in place to change the constitution in the future amendments
addressed in amendments voting, alcohol
how is an amendment proposed 2/3 vote in congress
what has reshaped the electoral college from its intended purpose political parties
the opening of the preamble demonstrates what pop sov
what amendment was ratified as the result of the popularity of FDR 22d
not a part of the constitution!! legislation
6 basic principles of the constitution pop sov, limited gov, separation of powers, checks and balances, federalism, judicial review
how is an amendment ratified state legislatures or by convention
what two docs established the principle of pop sov declaration of independence and the constitution
a check that each branch has over each other president can't declare war without congress, congress passes laws, judicial makes sure they are constitutional
court case that established judicial review madison vs marbury
we the people of the USA pop sov
on congress has the power to declare war sep of powers
rule of law limited gov
all treaties made by the prez must be ratified by the senate checks and balances
Created by: lieren13e