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Unit 2 Constitution
|What is the 1st Amendment?
|Freedom of speech, press, religion, petition the government, assemble.
|What is the 2nd Amendment?
|The right to keep and bare arms.
|What is the 3rd Amendment?
|The right to deny quartering of soliders.
|What is the 4th Amendment?
|Not subject to any unreasonable searches or seizures.
|What is the 5th Amendment?
|Cannot have the same trail twice, Cannot testify against ones self.
|What is the 6th Amendment?
|Right to a fair and speedy trial.
|What is the 7th Amendment?
|Trail by jury in civil cases.
|What is the 8th Amendment?
|No one is subject to cruel and unusual punishment.
|What is the 9th Amendment?
|All other rights not listed in the constitution can still be violated.
|What is the 10th Amendment?
|What are Amendments 1-10 called Collectively?
|The Bill of Rights
|What are the 6 Big Ideas?
|Limited Gov. Judicial Review Checks and Balances Federalism Seperation of Powers Popular Sovereignty
|Government is not all powerful, gets power from the people.
|All political power resides with the people
|Seperation of Powers
|Basic powers seperated amoung 3 branches of government that one distinctly different
|The division of power amoung a central gov. And several regional government
|Checks and Balances
|Each branch is subject to a # of institutional checks by other branches
|Legislative Power vested in congress & Impeachment and president being unable to serve his term
|Powers of the President
|Relationships Amoung the states
|Adding an Amendment
|All treaties be fulfied/ state laws are overruled by federal legislature/ Religious beliefs will not effect ant office--
|Establishes how the constitution will come into effect- Ratification of the constitution
|brief introductory statement of the Constitution's fundamental purposes and guiding principles