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Figure out the Vocabulary Words
Government The system or institution that controls a country.
Purposes of government Keep order, security, services, and economic decisions
Legislative Branch Branch of government that makes laws Rama del gobierno que aprueba las leyes
Executive Branch Branch of government that carries out laws Rama del gobierno que hace cumplir las leyes
Judicial Branch Interprets the law Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fairly Rama del gobierno que decide si las leyes se practican de manera justa
Democracy A government where the people have the power to make decisions. Two types: direct and indirect
Federalism A government where the power is divided between a national and state governments. The National government is stronger than (or supreme over) the states
Confederation Government where power is divided between the states and a national government. The states are stronger than the national government.
Constitution Document that sets out the laws, principles organization and process of a government. documento que establece las leyes principios y organizacion y sistema de un gobierno
bill of rights Written list of freedoms that protect people from government power Lista escrita de las libertades que protegen a la gente de poder del gobierno
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