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1 Name three example of how the U.S. government preserves and protects citizen’s rights.
2 How did the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence help lead to the rights for all citizens?
3 Describe how the Constitution helped lead to the rights for all citizens.
4 What are the goals of the Preamble to the Constitution?
5 Identify the processes to change the U.S. Constitution.
6 Explain the 3 Branches of the U.S. Government.
7 Compare a monarchy to a democracy.
8 What freedoms are guaranteed in the Bill of Rights?
9 Describe the functions of each of the 3 branches of government.
10 Compare and contrast separation of powers to checks and balances.
11 Define federalism.
12 Compare and contrast state and national government powers.
13 What is the difference between federalism and separation of powers?
14 What powers are given to state government?
15 What powers are given to the national government?
16 What powers are shared between the state and national government?
17 Provide three examples of how the U.S. government preserves and protects citizens’ rights.
18 Name three duties and responsibilities of citizens.
19 Explain how citizens must be involved for the government to function.
20 What is the function of the executive branch?
21 What is the function of the legislative branch?
22 What is the function of the judicial branch?
23 Give one example of how each branch can check the powers of the other two branches.
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