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The Constitution: Chapter 3 1. Describe the six basic principles of the U. S. Constitution? Pages 68 – 75. The six basic principles of the U.S. Constitution were popular sovereignty, limited government, separation of powers, checks and balances, judicial review, and federalism. 2. Give examples of checks and balances that each branch of government has over the other ones. Page 73. Executive Branch: Appoints Supreme Court justices (in relation to Judicial Branch) May veto legislation (in relation to Legislative Branch) Legislative Branch: May override a president’s veto (in relation to Executive Branch) May impeach federal judges (in relation to Judicial Branch) Judicial Branch: May declare executive acts unconstitutional (in relation to the Executive Branch)
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May declare acts of Congress unconstitutional(in relation to the Legislative Branch) 3. Describe the concept of judicial review. Why is it so important? Give the details of the court case, Marbury v.
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  • Spring '18
  • mr meek
  • Separation of Powers, Supreme Court of the United States

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