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Functions of Government & The Constitution

by: Mitchell Wagner

Functions of Government & The Constitution

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This study guide is on the six functions of government and the six priciples of the constitution. This study guide was created for Mrs. Angeli's Humanities Social Studies Class. It will be free 2 w...
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Date Created: 09/11/16
1. Name the 6 Functions of Government 1 - Perfect Union 2 - Establish Justice 3 - Domestic Tranquility 4 - Common Defense 5 - General Wellfare 6 - Secure liberty now and in future 2. To form a more perfect Union Government that controls goals of all colonies 3. Establish Justice Equal Legal System 4. Insure domestic Tranquility Peace within Country 5. Provide for the Common Defense Protect all Citizens from Attacks 6. Promote General Wellfare Well Being of all Citizens 7. Secure Liberty to ourselves and our posterity Insure Freedom for Future generations 8. Name the 6 Principles of The Constitution 1 - Popular Sovereignty 2 - Federalism 3 - Republicanism 4 - Limited Government 5 - Seperation of Powers/Checks & Balances 6 - Individual Rights 9. Popular Sovereignty Government Authority comes from Citizens 10.Federalism National and State legislature Share power 11.Republicanism Form of Government where Citizens elect Representatives to make and carry out Laws 12.Limited Government Government can only do as Directed by Citizens 13.Separation of Powers/Checks & Balances Make sure no one Branch of government has Power Over Others 14.Individual Rights Our Freedoms


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