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Key terms & concepts

Government

QuestionAnswer
Taxing Foreign Imports Taxes on foreign imports/ goods
Federalists Supports of the ratification of the Constitution
Federalism Advocacy of the federal system of government, division
Anti-Federalists
Indiana General Assembly
United States Constitution of 1787
Bill of Rights (1791)
Limited Government
Seperation of Powers
Articles of Confederation
Declaration of Independence
Indiana Constitution
Primary Election
General Election
Petition Process to Nominate Candidate
Electoral College
Role of Special Interest Groups
Lobbyists
Unconstitutional Laws
Policies vs. Legislation
Executive Branch and President
judicial Branch and the U.S. Supreme Court
Legislative Branch and the U.S. Congress
Governor
State Legislature
State Supreme Court
Implied Powers
Enumerated Powers
Filibuster
The Federalist
Bill vs. Law
Veto and Veto Override
Checks and Balances
Executive Agreement Powers
Created by: luwam