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ConstitutionHandbook

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
preamble an introduction to a formal document, especially the Constitution
popular sovereignty political theory that government is subject to the will of the people
republicanism favoring a republic, or representative democracy, as the best form of government
federalism the sharing of power between federal and state governments
enumerated powers powers belonging only to the federal government
reserved powers powers retained by the states
concurrent powers powers shared by the federal and state governments
amend to alter; to improve
implied powers powers not specifically mentioned in the Constitution
diminish to lesson the authority, dignity, or reputation of
involve include; to experience or participate in an activity
Created by: mshellabarger