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Civics & Economics

100 flash cards project!

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1.What are the 5 fundamental political principles of goverments
2.What does "Consent of the governed" mean the people give permission to be governed
3.What does "Limited government" mean the government has limited power
4.What does "Democracy" mean the people rule
5.What does "Representative government" the people can run for office and participate in government
6.What does "Rule of law" mean the law applies to everyone
7.Which early american document guaranteed the right Englishman to colonists
8.Which document by George Mason and served as a model/example for the U.S. Bill of Rights?
9. What document by Thomas Jefferson and served as a model for the First Amendment's freedom of religion?
10. Why is the Declaration of Independence important? it declared us an independent country
11. What as the first plan of government for the United States and why did it fall?
12. What is the Preamble and what does it do?
13. What is the written plan of government for the United States?
14. What is federalism? people who think the government needs more power
15. What are the powers set aside for the states called?
16. What happens if a U.S. aw conflicts with a state law?
17. What are implied powers?
18. What are powers the federal or state governments may NOT have?
19. What are powers specifically to Congress in the Constitution called?
20. What are the 3 levels of federal court?
21. What are the 4 levels of state court?
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28. fair treatment by government 5th and 14th amendments
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Created by: Jmcapra