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Unit 3 civics

what is the introduction of the Constitution preamble
what is the part of the constitution that actually explains how our national governments is set up articles
what is a change or addition to the constitution called amendments
what are the powers of the national government that are not specifically written but assumed implied power
the first 10 amendments added to the constitution (because anti federalist wanted them) bill of rights
what are powers that government and state have ? concurrent powers
what are the powers that states have reserved
what does federalism mean the believe of a strong national government
what is the branch that interprets laws called and tries to punish law breakers Judicial
Created by: karenmata