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Principles

Principles of the Constitution Knowledge

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popular soverignty people limit the government
limited government government has restrictions
federalism divide federal and state
checks and balances each branch checks/controls other branches
separation of powers 3 branches
individual rights people have specific rights that can't be taken away
example of popular soverignty elections, voting
examples of limited governemt natural rights, freedom of speech
where is the federal government and what can it control DC, war, money
where is the state governement and what can it control NJ, school marriage
examples of checks and balances congress pass law, president can veto
example of separation of powers judicial, executive, legislative
judicial supreme court
executive president
legislative congress
examples of individual rights natural rights, miranda rights
Created by: edenbreslauer