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Ch. 8

Ch. 8-The Constitution

Popular Sovereignty The belief that gov. is subject to the will of its people
Limited Governement Gov. with limited powers strictly defined by law
Enumerated Powers Power specifically given to Congress by the Contitution
Reserved Powers Power belonging only to the states
Concurrent Power Power shared by the states and federal gov.
Separation of Powers A principle by which powers are divided among different branches of gov. to make sure no one branch has too much power
Implied Power Power not enumerated in the Constitution by suggested in its language
Judicial Review Power of the court to judge whether or not actions of other branches are consitutional
Due Process The legal rules and procedures the gov. must observe before depriving a person of life, liberty, and property
Equal Protection The equal application of the law regardless of a person's race, religion, political beliefs, or other qualities
Naturalization The process of becoming a citizen of another country
Created by: miller.she