The introduction to The Constitution
maintaining peace within the nation
political theory that government is subject to the will of the people
the belief that a republic, or representative form or government, was the best form of government
the sharing of power between the federal government and the state governments
powers belonging only to the federal as outlined by the constitution
powers retained by the states
powers shared by the state and federal governments
an addition to a formal document such as The Constitution
powers not specifically mentioned in The Constitution
the right of the supreme court to determine is a law violates The Constitution
to set something aside for a particular purpose, usually money
to formally charge a public official with misconduct in office
people that members of congress represent
due process of law
idea that the government must follow procedures established by law ad guaranteed by The Constitution
the process of granting full citizenship to a foreigner
a person who owes loyalty to and is entitled to the protection of a state or nation
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