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Texas Government Project

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Transcript of Texas Government Project

Federalism
Separation of Powers
Divided into legislative, executive and judicial powers
Legislative Branch carries The House of Representatives and The Senate, makes laws
Executive Branch carries The President of the United States, enforces laws
Judicial branch carries The Suprem Court, interprets laws
Checks and Balances
The president can veto the law and bring it back to the legislative branch
Once the president signs the bill, the bill becomes a law
Individual Rights
Refer to the liberties of each individual to pursue life
The right to life, liberty and freedom, the pursuit of happiness, live your life free of discrimination
Limited Government
Texas Government Project
Noah Kutch
Popular Sovereignty
"We the people..."
First termed “squatter sovereignty" by John C. Calhoun
Power comes from the people
Republicanism
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A political ideology in opposition to monarchy and dictatorship
Based on the belief of people that experienced their power
The state and national government share powers
The founders were reacting to both the British government and the Articles of Confederation
The citizen and powerful leaders must obey the laws
Allows an agent to act on behalf of a principal
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