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Responsibilities of citizenship Vote Jury duty Be informed Obey laws
The Right to Vote The Freedom of Speech The Freedom of Press Equal Protection Freedom of Religion Right to a Fair Trial
Identify the type of democracy wherein the people govern themselves Direct Democracy
Representative form of democracy Indirect democracy Republic Republican
What form of democracy is a recall or referendum? (direct or indirect?) direct
What form of democracy is a general presidential election? Indirect
What form of govt. recognizes the worth of the individual, equality of all people and individual freedom? Democracy
What principle of democracy does “inalienable rights” reflect? Worth/dignity of the individual
What kind of equality removed Jim Crow laws that banned certain races from getting certain jobs? Equality of opportunity
Constitutional restrictions on govt. power, such as denying Congress the power to restrict the freedom of speech is an example of what principle of govt? Limited government
What form of equality do most Americans reject as fair? Equality of outcome
IN a democracy, what is needed to overcome differing opinions and ideologies to get legislation passed? Compromise
What Enlightenment philosopher is most associated with the idea of separated powers and the system of checks and balances? Montesquieu
Which idea is John Locke most associated with? Natural rights
What is it called when a state has absolute and supreme authority within its borders? Political sovereignty
Who had ultimate authority where public sovereignty rules? The people
What form of government does a monarchy exemplify? Unitary
A form of government wherein all key powers reside in the central government Unitary
An efficient form of government that concentrates too much power in the national government: Unitary
Form of government characterized by our first constitution Hint: Articles of … Confederacy Confederal
Form of government where powers are divided between state and federal government Federal
Our current form of govt under the U.S. Constitution Federal
A loose union of independent states Confederate Confederal system
The rule by the few (as in government by committee): Oligarchy
Rule by one (as in a monarchy or dictatorship) Autocracy
Which system of government works best for large diverse countries? Federal
Which system most likely leads to conflict between state and federal levels of govt? Federal
In which system do all parts of the country follow the same exact laws? Unitary
Which system provides local govt the most flexibility to meet local needs? Confederate
John Locke identified our natural rights as life, liberty and _______? Property
Locke suggested that to have peace, we must agree to live under government, surrendering some rights for the security of the state, called the: Social contract
What founding document most obviously reflects Locke’s concept of natural rights? The Declaration of Independence
What would Locke and Jefferson agree is the right of the people to do if a government fails to protect our natural rights? Alter or abolish it Overthrow it Replace it
According to Locke, where does the legitimacy of a governments right to govern come from? The consent of the governed The vote
Which word is out of place? Collectivism Public Good Republicanism Individualism Individualism
The theory and practice that makes the group, rather than the individual, the fundamental unit of political concern: Collectivism Republicanism Public good
When a government focuses its laws on serving the most people, or society at large, it is said to be serving the … Public good
What was best for society was known as … Classical republicanism
What belief of the Founders did civic virtue conflict with? Natural rights
Majority rule is best reflected in: Classical republicanism
Who believed in the principles of classical republicanism? Federalists
What did James Madison believe the people were motivated by? Self interest
What were those who believed in the principles of classical liberalism believe? Anti-federalists
What did classical liberals believe was most important? Individual rights
What principle is best reflected in the Bill of Rights and the First Amendment? Classical liberalism
Who would most likely believe that states should have more power? Anti-federalists Classical liberals
Republican Government CIVICS TIME = 2 hours Copy back-to-back (1 per student) Classical Republican Lecture Notes/Classical Republican Wrap-up Paragraph.
AP GOVERNMENT Foundations of Government. What is Government? Set of institutions that establish public policy Many different types and characteristics.
1 Foundations of Government Review Flash Cards Use your left or right arrows to advance forward or backwards.
Civics The study of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Citizen a native or naturalized person who owes allegiance to a government and is entitled.
Jeopardy $100 PhilosophersGovernmentsDocuments Founding Fathers Ideas $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300.
UNITS 1 AND 2 Citizenship and the Foundations of Government.
The U.S. Constitution Representative Democracy Representative Democracy Federalism Federalism Bicameralism Bicameralism Separation of Powers Separation.
Twisted Sister LifeLiberty Property Pursuit of Happiness.
1 st thing we will look at is how governments are broken into regional systems Unitary System Federal System Confederacy.
CHAPTER 2 THE CONSTITUTION. I. ORIGINS OF THE CONSTITUTION: THE PROBLEM OF LIBERTY A. English heritage concept of limited government Magna Carta (1215)
The Big Six of the U.S. Constitution. 6 Big Ideas: Constitutional Principles Framers focused on broad concepts— NOT details Framers planned for future.
The American Colonists A voice in government Electing representatives to the legislature No taxation without representation Citizens participate in government.
Principles of Government Chapter 1. What is Government? What is Government? Brainstorm & write it down.
Am. Government - Power A. Economics - the study of how people allocate their limited resources, with their unlimited wants. B. Resources: 1. land- all.
Questions Q: Is it acceptable for the government to restrict one person’s liberty to protect the liberties of others? Q: Are citizens ever justified in.
Unit 5 More Perfect Union Setting up the Court System.
Jeopardy An America Government Foundations of Government Review Game.
Finish the following statement: A good government is…
Instructional Focus Document Notes Grade 8/Social Studies UNIT: 05 TITLE: More Perfect Union Part 1: Principles of the Constitution.
Chapter 1 Foundations of Government. Section 1 The Purposes of Government.
Foundations of Democracy In the United States of America.
ORIGINS AND FOUNDATIONS American Government. Sources of democratic elements Athens: Direct Democracy Rome: Indirect (representative) Democracy; republic.
CHAPTER 1-3 REVIEW. THE GLOBALIZATION OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT Concept of government has evolved Initially territorial in nature Idea of national.
End of Course Exam Review. The purpose of a government is to create and enforce the public policies of a society. Every government has 3 types of power:
United States Government Common Assessment Review Look at the terms on the next page and identify the ones you may not know.
Presentation Pro © 2001 by Prentice Hall, Inc. Magruder’s American Government Unit 1 Origins of American Government Chapters 1 & 2.
Key Ideals and Principles in the United States Constitution.
SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. SSCG1.
Popular Sovereignty Definition: Governmental power that stays with the people. Example: ○ The Declaration of Independence states that governments derive.
The Enlightenment. Reason 1600s & 1700s, following Scientific Revolution Change in society and politics Applied reason to understanding people and.
It’s All Common Sense Give us Liberty or Give us Death.
CONSTITUTION REVIEW Theories of Government Force Social Contract Evolutionary Divine Right.
Foundations of Government and Economics Unit 1—American Government and Economic Systems.
FOUNDATIONS OF GOVERNMENT Chapter 1. SECTION 1 – THE PURPOSES OF GOVERNMENT What is Government? Why do we need it? Characteristics of State: a political.
Origins, Articles & Framers. Declaration Of Independence Article of Confederation Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Great Compromise House Of Burgesses John.
Systems and Types of Government. What is a system of government? A system of government is how power is divided between national and state government.
CIVICS CHALLENGE Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy English Heritage MiscellaneousDeclaration Of Independence Post- Colonial Experience Constitutional Convention.
1.QUESTION EVERYTHING THE MEDIA REPORTS 2.IF IT’S ON THE NET, IT CAN BE FALSE 2.IF IT’S ON THE NET, IT CAN BE FALSE 3.HAVE A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF LOCKE.
US Government Unit 1: Principles of Government. Nation vs. Nation State Nation: A grp. of people who are united by a common bond. Nation-State: a political.
Impeach This! The GovenatorJoe Biden Has no soul Don’t.
The Enlightenment & the American Revolution. The Declaration of Independence Written in July nd Continental Congress Declared Colonial Independence.
Principles of the U. S. Constitution. Seven principles found in the U. S. Constitution: separation of power separation of power checks and balances checks.
Major Principles of the Constitution The Constitution is based on seven major principles.
Government Unit 1 Basic Terminology Government is institution with the power to make and enforce rules for a group of people State is a political unit.
LESSON 2.3 PRACTICING CITIZENSHIP. Principles of Government The United States has a representative government. – This means that citizens vote for officials.
Fundamental Principles of American Democracy Standard: 12.1 Students explain the fundamental principles and moral values of American democracy as expressed.
The United States Government Review. Shay’s Rebellion was a factor leading to the Convention being called After the colonies gained independence, the.
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UNIT ONE EXAM STUDY SESSION. Choose the following term that matches each definition the best.
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