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History Facts #21-30

This amendment forbids the government to order private citizens to allow soldiers to live in their homes. Third Amendment
This amendment guarantees the right of states to organize militias, or armies, and the right of individuals to bear arms. Second Amendment
This amendment states that "Congress shall make no law" restricting freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition. First Amendment
This is the first ten amendments to the Constitution and details the protection of individual liberties. Bill of Rights
Means to change Amend
Is the right of the Supreme Court to judge laws, passed by Congress, and determine whether they are constitutional or not. Judicial Review
Is a system in which each branch of government has its own powers. Separation of powers
Is a system set up by the Constitution in which each branch of the federal government has the power to check, or control, the actions of the other branches. Checks and balances
The Legislative Branch (makes the laws), the Judicial Branch (interprets the law), and the Executive Branch (enforces the law). Three branches of government
Is an economic system based on private property and free enterprise. Capitalism
Created by: Mrs. O'Donovan