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Civics & Economics 1

What is the Preamble? Introduction of the goals of the constitution.
Which article describes the Legislative Branch? Article 1
What are the first 10 amendments added to the constitution called? Bill of Rights.
Idea that constitution in highest law of land Supremacy Clause.
States will send lawbreakers back to state where crime was committed for trial. Extradition Policy.
Power that each branch of government has to limit power of the other 2 branches. Checks & Balances.
Part of the constitution that describes relations between states. Article 4
Part of the constitution that explains that 9 of 13 states must ratify constitution. Article 7
Part of the constitution that describes two ways to amend constitution. Article 5
Idea that power is divided between national and state government Federalism.
Powers given to the national government. Delegated.
Powers that are given to the state governments. Reserved.
Powers both national and state governments can do. Concurrent.
What does RAPPS stand for? Religion,Assembly,Press,Petition,Speech.
When government keeps people from seeing or hearing material considered to be harmful or dangerous. Censorship.
Created by: Stephanie8