Principles of the Constitution

Principles of the Constitution
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  • Popular Sovereignty
  • Ballot: Cast Your Vote Here!
  • We can't interfere with each other too much
  • I am part of the legislative branch!
  • I'm part of the Executive branch!
  • Separation of Powers
  • I'm part of the Judicial branch.
  • Legislative Branch: Congress, House of Reps, Senate
  • The senate can remove judges from office, the court can declare laws unconstitutional
  • Judicial Branch: Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal
  • Checks and Balances
  • Congress can approve presidential nominations, the president can veto Congress' bills 
  • Executive Branch: The president, executive officers
  • The court  can declare presidential acts unconstitutional, the president nominates judges
  • The government can't do anything outside of their limits
  • PAY ATTENTION TO THE LAWS BEFORE YOU MAKE DECISIONS
  • Limited Government
  • The US has a federal government which regulates laws and other things, following the constitution
  • Federalism
  • We have power over the government!
  • Republicanism
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