The Six Basic Principals

The Six Basic Principals

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  • Popular Sovereignty: the people are sovereign which all power resides with them, government only governs with their consent
  • Limited Government: no government is all-powerful, government must be conducted according to constitutional principals and always subject to the law
  • Legislative Branch
  • Separation of Powers: three basic powers are distributed among the 3 branches of government
  • Executive Branch
  • Judicial Branch
  • Checks and Balances: each branch subject to a number of restraints by the other, for example, Executive can veto legislature, congress can override veto
  • Legislative Branch
  • Executive Branch
  • Judicial Branch
  • Judicial Review: power of courts to determine whether what the government does is constituional
  • Federalism: division of power among central and state governments
  • Central Government
  • State Government
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