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Seven Principles

Seven Principles Of The Constitution questions and answers

Popular Sovereignty Ultimate power and final authority rest with the people.
Federalism Power is divided between the national and state governments. Power is not delegated to the national government are reserved for the states, or shares.
Republicanism The people do not govern themselves directly, but elect representatives to govern them.
Separation of Powers Power in the state's government is divided among the 3 branches.
Checks and Balances Each of the 3 branches has certain controls over the other 2.
Limited Government The power of the government is limited by the Texas and US Constitutions, laws, and by the treaties made with other countries.
Individual Rights Personal freedoms, personal protection, and equality are guaranteed under the law by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
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