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ImpCon 8th History

7 Principles of the Constitution

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When governmental power is divided between the national government and state government. Federalism
The people hold all the governmental power in this principal of government. Popular Sovereignty
A way in which we control the government is to keep it from gaining too much power is called ..... Limited Government
Governmental power is divided between the three branches of government. Separation of Powers
Guarantees that protect citizens from the government, found in the amendments to the Constitution. Individual Rights
When one branch of government makes sure the other branches a re doing their job properly. Checks and Balances
Form of government that uses representative government to express the will of the people. Republicanism
Created by: Debra R