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7 Principles of the Constitution

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Angela DeMarco

on 1 November 2012

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Transcript of 7 Principles of the Constitution

Popular Sovereignty U.S.
Constitution Limited
Government Spark 7 Principles (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Republicanism Checks
Balances Federalism Seperation
powers Individual
Rights People are the source
of the government's power The Constitution limits the actions of government by specifically listing powers it does and does not have People elect
their representatives Each branch of gov. holds some control over the other 2 branches Power is divided between
national and state governments Each of the 3 branches has
its own responsibilities Basic liberties and rights of all citizens guaranteed in the Bill of Rights
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