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Principles

Principles of the Constitution

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The Supreme Court interprets the law separation of powers
Both state and federal governments can collect taxes federalism
Congress, NOT the Supreme Court, has the power to impeach the President checks and balances
The American people elected Bill Clinton as President in 1992 and 1996. popular sovereignty
The Supreme Court can rule a law passed by Congress as unconstitutional. checks and balances
President Bush must pay federal income taxes as does my teacher. limited government
Congress has the power to make laws separation of powers
President Bush can veto a law passed by Congress. checks and balances
The people directly vote for U.S. Senators to the Congress. popular sovereignty
People have the right over their property. individual rights
Created by: sgwolf