TEST 2 section 4

TEST 2 section 4 - Term Definition Six basic principal of...

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Term: Six basic principal of government Definition: Popular sovereignty, limited government, separation of powers, checks and valences, judicial review, federalism Term: Executive over judicial checks Definition: Appoints supreme court justices, appoints other federal judges Term: Judicial branch checks Definition: May declare acts unconstitutional Term: Executive branch over legislative checks Definition: May veto legislation, may call special sessions of congress Term: Legislative offer judicial checks Definition: May impeach federal judges, create lower courts
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Term: Legislative over executive branch Definition: Override a veto, impeach a president, approve appointments of Jude's, approve treaties Term: Describe the judicial power as auxiliary precautions Definition: James Madison Term: Concepts of limited government Definition: Government poses not threat to individual liberty, excersices of government must be restrained, the division of powers is to prevent the abuse of powers Term: Amending the constitution
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