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Principles of the Constitution Knowledge

Quiz yourself by thinking what should be in each of the black spaces below before clicking on it to display the answer.

popular soverignty   people limit the government  
limited government   government has restrictions  
federalism   divide federal and state  
checks and balances   each branch checks/controls other branches  
separation of powers   3 branches  
individual rights   people have specific rights that can't be taken away  
example of popular soverignty   elections, voting  
examples of limited governemt   natural rights, freedom of speech  
where is the federal government and what can it control   DC, war, money  
where is the state governement and what can it control   NJ, school marriage  
examples of checks and balances   congress pass law, president can veto  
example of separation of powers   judicial, executive, legislative  
judicial   supreme court  
executive   president  
legislative   congress  
examples of individual rights   natural rights, miranda rights  


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