Feb_2 - Politics Science 2 Feb 2 Funda men tal Principles...

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Politics Science 2 – Feb 2 Fundamental Principles in the Constitution I. Popular Sovereignty II. Limited Government III. Federalism – division of powers between not IV. Separation of powers a. Legislative branch – makes laws i. Have all the responsibility b. Executive branch - enforces laws c. Judicial branch – settles disputes V. Checks and balances a. e.g. veto, impeachment VI. Adaptability Federalism I. Obligating the national government to the states a. Guaranty the republican form of government. i. Each states must have representative of democracy b. National government must be guaranty all state must be as one, cannot be divided unless state agree. c. State cannot raise the army d. Converse cannot levy the task equally e. Cannot give a state a US senate II. Obligating of states to each other b. Privileges and immunities clause – 8 ª state ¸ ) à:ß•+ c. Extradition d. Interstate compacts – negotiate with other states III. Has the National Government become supreme? – Essay Question 2
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