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Constitutional Prin

maxush-Constitutional Principles

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A principle of the U.S. Constitution that states that government has only the powers the Constitution gives it. Limited Government
System of government in which citizens choose representatives to govern them. Republicanism
A principle of the U.S. Constitution that safeguards against abuse of power by giving each branch of government power to check the other branches. Checks and Balances
A principle of the U.S. Constitution that establishes the division of power between the federal government and the states. Federalism
Principle by which the powers of government are divided among the separate branches. Separation of Powers
A principle of the U.S. Constitution that states that the people have the right to create, alter, and abolish their government. Popular Sovereignty
Rights that belong to all people from birth. Individual Rights
Created by: artm239