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Constitution Day Monique Barney
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Six Core Principles 1. Separation of Powers 2. Checks and Balance 3. Federalism 4. Judicial Review 5. Limited Government 6. Popular Sovereignty
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Separation of Power Three branches 1. Legislative 2. Executive 3. judicial
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Three Branches of Government
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Checks and Balance Specific powers to each branch. Powers can be challenged.
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Federalism 10 th amendment Split power between the State and federal government
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(Legal Dictionary.net, n.d.)
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Judicial Review U.S Supreme court, other Federal courts, State courts Determines constitutionality
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Limited Government The constitution limits the United States government The Bill of Rights
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Popular Sovereignty Territories become states. Free State or Slave State?
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References National Conference of the State Legislatures. retrieved from http://www.ncsl.org/research/about-state-legislatures/separation-of-powers-an- overview.aspx Haas Stephen. National Juris University Judicial Review retrieved from https
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