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Major Principles of the United States Constitution
Popular Sovereignty People are the source of the governments power.
Republicanism People elect their political representatives.
Limited Government The Constitution limits the actions of government by specifically listing powers it DOES and DOES NOT have.
Federalism In this government system, power is divided between national and state governments.
Separation of Powers Each of the three branches of government has its own responsibilities.
Checks and Balances Each branch of government holds some control over the other two branches.
Individual Rights Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.
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