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Chapter 9 vocabulary

Popular Sovereighty The belief that government is subject to the will of the people.
Constitutional Republic A government in which citizen rule through elected representatives according to a plan of government.
Limited Government Government with limited powers strictly defined by law.
Enumerated Power A power specifically given congress in the constitution.
Reserved Power A power belonging only to the states.
Concurrent Power A power shared by the federal government.
Republicanism Favoring a republic with elected representation as the best form of government.
Seperation of power A principle by which powers are divided among different branches of government to make sure no one branch has too much power.
Individual Rights Constitutional principle that recognizes people's fundamental rights.
Implied Power Power not enumerated in the constitution but sugested in its language.
Judicial Review Power of the court to judge whether or not actions of other branches or costitutional.
Created by: Ethan Armstrong