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Unit 2

QuestionAnswer
Enumerated Powers given to the Federal government only.
Concurrent Those powers shared by the national (federal) and state governments.
Executive Branch of government that enforces the laws.
Preamble The introduction to the Constitution that states the goals for the government.
Amendment Any change to the Constitution
Separation of Powers The idea that government should be divided into 3 branches to avoid an abuse of power.
The Charters of the VA Company Established the rights of Englishmen would be guaranteed to colonists.
Elastic Clause Gives Congress the power to make all laws necessary to carry out its duties.
Reserved Powers given to the state governments only.
The Virginia Declaration of Rights Served as a model for the Bill of Rights of the US Constitution.
Legislative Branch Branch of government that makes laws.
Ratification To approve. The Constitution was ratified June 1788.
Declaration of Independence Established and listed the unalienable rights of all men, colonial grievances against the King, the idea of equality under the law, the colonies' independence from Great Britain (England).
Judicial Branch Branch of government that interprets the law.
Articles of Confederation Established the first form of government in the independent states, allowed the states to keep the major powers of government.
Article The seven sections in the Constitution following the preamble.
Constitution Establishes the structure of the present national government, living document, supreme law of the land.
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom Established freedom of religious beliefs and opinions, model for the First Amendment to the Constitution.
Checks and Balances A system in which each branch of government is able to limit the power of the other two branches.
Shay's Rebellion One of the final events proving the weakness of the Articles of Confederation, leading to the convention to revise the Articles.
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