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Civics unit3 test W2


QuinlanW2- What is Judicial Review? The power the Supreme Court to insure that all government actions follow the constitution.
QuinlanW2- What is Popular Sovereignty? The absolute power of the people.
QuinlanW2- What is Limited Government? Government is not all powerful.
QuinlanW2- What is Seperation of Powers? Power of government is separated into 3 equal branches, that can check the actions of each other.
QuinalnW2- What is Checks and Balances? A system in which one branch can check and balance the actions of the other branches.
QuinlanW2- What is Federalism? The division of government power between the levels.
QuinlanW2- What is an example of Federalism? McCulloch v Maryland
QuinlanW2- Who established Judicial Review? John Marshall
QuinlanW2- What is an example of Popular Sovereignty? Social Contract
QuinlanW2- What does Federalism reenforce? The NPC clause and the Supremacy clause.