Principles of Constitution

Principles of Constitution
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  • Popular Sovereignty 
  • I wonder who I should vote for in the next election. 
  • STOP THIS!
  • I wonder if we will get in trouble for protesting.
  • Limited Government
  • Don't worry, we can't get in trouble for peacefully protesting.
  • Separation of Powers & Checks and Balances
  • Grandma, today in class I learned about how the President can appoint judges, but the Senate has to agree with it. 
  • Of course honey, that's how we have a balance in our government. 
  • Hey Dad, can I be a government official when I grow up?
  • Republicanism 
  • Sure, just make sure you the decisions you make are for the benefit of your community. 
  • Mom, how do taxes work?
  • Federalism 
  • Well, I have to pay state taxes and federal taxes because the national government gives individual power to states, but both need money so I have to pay to both types of government. 
  • Good morning, class! Come in and find our seats! Did you know that one of your individual rights is that the government can't stop you from writing or saying what you want?
  • Individual Rights
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