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Branches Important People Checks and Balances Bill of Rights Key Terms Articles of Confederation main
Powers of the Executive Branch. A a What are Proposes laws, Administers the laws, Commands armed forces, Appoints ambassadors and other officials, Conducts foreign policy, & Negotiates treaties?
Powers of the Judicial Branch. A 200 What are Interprets the Constitution and other laws & Reviews lower court decisions?
Powers of the Legislative Branch. A 300 What are writes the laws, confirms Presidential appointments, ratifies treaties, grants money, &declares war?
Presides over the impeachment trial in the Senate. A 400 Who is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
Has the power to impeach. A 500 What is the House of Representatives?
Provided the basic ideas of the Constitution. B b Who is James Madison?
These two were divided over how to address the national debt, how to repay bonds and what limits should be placed on the federal government. B 200 Who are Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton?
Believed that woman needed a greater role in the new nation. B 300 Who is Judith Sargent Murray?
Name given to farmers in the Whiskey Rebellion. B 400 Who are the New Sons of Liberty?
Spanish minister who tried to delay reaching an agreement. B 500 Who is Manuel de Godoy?
Allow one branch to block the actions of another to prevent supreme authority. C c What are checks?
Allows each branch to have a role in the actions of the other branches. C 200 What are balances?
Declaring of a law or action to be unconstitutional. C 300 What is Judicial Review?
Must approve all Presidential appointments. C 400 What is the Senate?
Upheld the notion that federal law has authority to override state law. C 500 What is the supremacy clause of the Constitution?
The five basic rights the First Amendment protects. D d What are freedom of speech, religion, assembly, petition, and press?
The right to a speedy and public trial. D 200 What is 6 th Amendment?
Powers reserved for the people. D 300 What is 9 th Amendment?
Powers reserved for the States. D 400 What is the 10 th Amendment?
D 500 These are the powers that the Bill of Rights gives to the people. What are delegated powers?
Action or Decision that later serves as an example. E e What is a precedent?
Idea that political authority belongs to the people. E 200 What is popular sovereignty?
Idea that the federal government can take actions that the Constitution does not forbid. E 300 What is Loose Construction?
They raise money and give it to candidates who support certain issues. E 400 What are political action committees (PACs)?
Idea that federal and state governments have exclusive powers over their area. E 500 What is dual sovereignty?
Articles did this to Congress. F f What is made it a single branch with limited powers?
Gave most power here. F 200 What is the states?
The sharing of power between a federal government and state government. F 300 What is federalism?
Because of the weakness of the Articles, this system was created to ensure that no one branch could become too powerful. F 400 What is checks and balances?
Showed Americans the weaknesses of the Confederation government. F 500 What is Shays Rebellion?
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Washington warns of these problems in his Farewell Address. Click on screen to continue finalquestion Dangerous foreign alliances, national debt, and division caused by political parties
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