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Unit 6 Review

The U.S. and Texas constitutions both reflect republicanism in what way? Both elect representatives to legislatures.
How does the judicial branch perform a check on the legislative branch? They can declare a law unconstitutional.
What is the people's right to vote called? popular sovereignty
All of the following are principles in both the U.S. and Texas constitutions EXCEPT- unlimited governments
What is is that makes the Texas Constitution different from the U.S. Constitution? The governor has more limited powers.
Power is shared between the federal government and the state governments federalism
Government that has ONLY the powers that the constitution gives it limited government
When the government is divided into three separate branches (legislative, executive, and judicial) what is this known as? separation of power
What does each branch in both the U.S. and Texas do to check and make sure the legislative, executive, and judicial branches are doing their jobs correctly? checks and balances
The supreme law of the land is known as ___________________________. U.S. Constitution
Created by: sasmith3