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Chapter 6: Citizenship and the Constitution

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Sam Sicilia

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Chapter 6: Citizenship and the Constitution

Chapter 6:
Citizenship and the Constitution Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Concurrent powers are powers shared by both the

Federal government and State governments. Population determines each state's

number of representatives in Congress Congress can undo a presidential veto

with a two-thirds majority vote To more accurately represent the

diverse population of the country The Bill of Rights protects citizens

rights and freedoms. A search warrant is needed any time

the government enters a citizen's property Answers may vary, but some

examples include building a road or

building a hospital Any power not delegated to the Federal Government

and not prohibited to the states belong to the States

and the people. Immigrants can be deported if

they break the law. The oath of allegiance is taken at

a naturalization court. Citizens have duties along with rights

because if no follows the law or pays taxes

the government cannot serve its function. Community service is valuable beacuse

they help a community be a better place. Federal System impeach veto executive orders pardons Thurgood Marshall Sandra Day O'Connor Legislative Branch the government system that gives certain powers to the federal government vote to bring charges of serious crimes against a president cancel, or stop from becoming law commands from the president that have the power of law orders from the president that grant freedom from punishment the first African American Supreme Court Justice, appointed in 1967 the first female Supreme Court Justice, appointed in 1981 James Madison majority rule petition search warrant due process indict double jeopardy eminent domain A Federalist who promised that a Bill of Rights would be added to the Constitution the idea that the greatest number of people in a society can make policies for everyone a request made of the government a rule that the law must be fairly applied a rule that says a person cannot be tried for the same crime more than once the government's power to take personal property to benefit the public formally accuse an order authorities must get before they search someone's property naturalized citizen deport draft political action committees interest group Bill of Rights: Amendments 1 - 5 Bill of Rights: Amendments 6 - 10 Bill of Rights Hand Game foreign-born people who:
a) live in the United States,
b) whose parents are not citizens, and
c) who complete the requirements for U.S. citizenship return to an immigrant’s country of origin required military service groups that collect money for candidates who support certain issues groups of people who share a common interest that motivates them to take political action Civic Duty
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