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7 Principles of the Constitution

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Blake Gaudet

on 7 April 2011

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Transcript of 7 Principles of the Constitution

7 Principles of the Constitution 1. Popular Sovreignty A Government gets its power from the people 2. Republicanism People vote for their representatives Federalism The States and the Federal Government share powers Separation of Powers Power is split, so nobody becomes too powerful Checks and Balances Each branch has some control over the other branches Limited Government Government can only do what the Constitutino says it can do. Everyone, even government officials, must obey the law Individual Rights There are certain rights everyone has, which can't be taken away.
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