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Six Big Ideas

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Transcript of Six Big Ideas

CHECKS AND BALANCES
Andrew Johnson's 20+ vetoes and Congress' overrides
SEPARATION OF POWERS
McCulloch v. Maryland
FEDERALISM
Roosevelt's New Deal
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
LIMITED GOVERNMENT
Magna Carta, Petition of Right, English Bill of Rights
Prevention of tyranny
No God-given rights
Six Big Ideas
REPUBLICANISM
Defined by having popular sovereignty, lack of a monarch, and set laws
To ensure democracy (in that day, almost interchangeable with republicanism)
OF THE CONSTITUTION
Historically
Today
And Their Significance
First Amendment (Free Speech)
Warrant requirements
Historically
Today
Usually defined as a political party
Republican state guaranteed and protected by the US Constitution
Historically
Today
Historically
Today
Historically
Today
Historically
Today
Government shutdown of October 2013
Congress permission for US military engagement in the Middle East
US v. Alvarez
Guarantees states respect each others' laws, records, etcetera
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