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American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
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American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Electoral college
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
A group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
Executive branch
Carries out the laws
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American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
25 terms
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
225 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
"We the people"
Popular Sovereignty
Limited gov.
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
ppl can alter or abolish gov.
gov. can only do what ppl say to do
Preamble
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
16 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
civilian
liberty
popular sovereignty
limited government
nonmilitary
freedom
in the mid-1800s, a term referring to the idea that each terr…
a principle of the United States Constitution that states tha…
civilian
nonmilitary
liberty
freedom
227 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Popular Sovereignty
Limited gov.
Separation of powers
Checks and Balances
ppl can alter or abolish gov.
gov. can only do what ppl say to do
power divided b/t 3 branches
each branch checks power of the other branches
Popular Sovereignty
ppl can alter or abolish gov.
Limited gov.
gov. can only do what ppl say to do
25 terms
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
235 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
"We the people"
"Form a more perfect Union"
"establish Justice"
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
working together would bring strengths
Ruled by laws
Preamble
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
"We the people"
"Form a more perfect Union"
"establish Justice"
"insure domestic Tranquility"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
working together would bring strengths
Ruled by laws
peace and order
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
"Form a more perfect Union"
working together would bring strengths
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
37 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
Domestic Tranquility
Civilian
General Welfare
Opening statement
Peace and order at home
Non- Military Person
Well- Being of all citizens of a nation
Preamble
Opening statement
Domestic Tranquility
Peace and order at home
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Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution EDITED
civilian
liberty
popular sovereignty
limited government
nonmilitary
freedom
in the mid-1800s, a term referring to the idea that each terr…
a principle of the United States Constitution that states tha…
civilian
nonmilitary
liberty
freedom
21 terms
Government, Citizenship, the Constitution
The Constitution
General Welfare
The Three Branches of the national gov…
Checks and Balances
This is divided into three main parts; the Preamble, the Arti…
The Constitution set out to give the national government the…
The first three articles of the Articles within the Constitut…
A system of safeguards against abuse of power between the thr…
The Constitution
This is divided into three main parts; the Preamble, the Arti…
General Welfare
The Constitution set out to give the national government the…
Chapter 8 - Government, Citizenship, and The Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
peace and order at home
nonmilitary
the well-being of all its citizens
Preamble
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
234 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
"We the people"
"Form a more perfect Union"
"establish Justice"
Introduction- reasons for new gov.
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty…
working together would bring strengths
Ruled by laws
Preamble
Introduction- reasons for new gov.
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty…
12 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Civilian
Liberty
Popular Sovereignty
Limited Government
Nonmilitary
Freedom
When the people have the right to alter or abolish their gove…
The government has only the powers that the constitution give…
Civilian
Nonmilitary
Liberty
Freedom
50 terms
Government, Citizenship and the Constitution
Preamble
Domestic Tranquillity
Civilian
General Welfare
introduction to the Constitution
peace and order at home
nonmilitary
well-being of all citizens
Preamble
introduction to the Constitution
Domestic Tranquillity
peace and order at home
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
Government ,citizenship and the constitution
When was the constitutional convention…
Where was the constitutional conventio…
What was the main purpose of the Const…
What did the Constitutional Convention…
The Constitutional Convention was held on May , 25 , 1787 . (…
The constitutional convention was held in Philadelphia, Penns…
The main purpose of the Constitutional Convention was origina…
The Constitutional Convention created a completely new consti…
When was the constitutional convention…
The Constitutional Convention was held on May , 25 , 1787 . (…
Where was the constitutional conventio…
The constitutional convention was held in Philadelphia, Penns…
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution: The Basics
What does the federal government do?
What do the state governments do?
What does the local government do?
What does the legislative branch do an…
Handles all national issues.
Handles all state issues.
Handles all local issues.
Makes the laws; Congress.
What does the federal government do?
Handles all national issues.
What do the state governments do?
Handles all state issues.
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American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution - SNJH
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
31 terms
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
General welfare
opening statement of the Constitution
peace and order at home
non-military
The well-being of all citizens
Preamble
opening statement of the Constitution
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
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Chapter 8: Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
to give evidence against others or one…
to complete the legal process for citi…
to bring charges of serious wrongdoing…
to check the power of a presidential v…
incriminate
naturalize
impeach
override
to give evidence against others or one…
incriminate
to complete the legal process for citi…
naturalize
37 terms
VKing13 Government, Citizenship and the Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
the introduction to the United States Constitution
peace and order at home (within your country)
a person who is not a part of the military; nonmilitary
well-being of all the citizens of a nation
Preamble
the introduction to the United States Constitution
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home (within your country)
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Americans, Citizenship, Government, and the Constitution
Immigrants
Culture
Ethnic Group
Values
An individual who moves permanently to a new country
the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achie…
A group of people who share a common national, cultural, or r…
The general principles or beliefs people use to make judgemen…
Immigrants
An individual who moves permanently to a new country
Culture
the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achie…
Americans, Citizenship, Government, and the Constitution
immigrants
culture
ethnic group
values
an individual who moves permanently to a new country
the ideas, customs, art, and beliefs of a people or group
a group of people who share a common national, cultural, or r…
the general principles or beliefs people use to make judgment…
immigrants
an individual who moves permanently to a new country
culture
the ideas, customs, art, and beliefs of a people or group
Chapter 8 - Government, Citizenship, and The Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
peace and order at home
nonmilitary
the well-being of all its citizens
Preamble
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
49 terms
American Government & Citizenship: The Constitution CCC
Constitutional Convention
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Makes laws
Carries out the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Constitutional Convention
Meeting in 1787 of the elected representatives of the thirtee…
Legislative branch
Makes laws
22 terms
Chapter 8- Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Domestic Tranquility
Civilian
General Welfare
Liberty
Peace and order at home.
Nonmilitary.
Well-being of all the citizens of a nation.
Freedom.
Domestic Tranquility
Peace and order at home.
Civilian
Nonmilitary.
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution: 1787-Present
Preamble
Articles of the Constitution I-III
limited government
separation of powers
An opening statement. The one for the U.S. Constitution begin…
Describe the 3 branches of government
the government has only the powers that the Constitution give…
A principle of the Constitution that says powers of govt. sho…
Preamble
An opening statement. The one for the U.S. Constitution begin…
Articles of the Constitution I-III
Describe the 3 branches of government
chapter 8: government, citizenship and constitution
1st amendment
incriminate
civil war amendments
19th amendment
...
...
...
...
1st amendment
...
incriminate
...
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Chapter 8 - Government, Citizenship, and The Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
peace and order at home
nonmilitary
the well-being of all its citizens
Preamble
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution Part 1
Preamble
"We the people"
"Form a more perfect Union"
"establish Justice"
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
working together would bring strengths
Ruled by laws
Preamble
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
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Chapter 8: Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
the opening statement
peace and order at home
nonmilitary control
well-being of citizens
Preamble
the opening statement
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
25 terms
Chapter 8 Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
preamble
domestic tranquility
general welfare
liberty
the introduction to a declaration, constituion, or other offi…
peace and order at home
well-being of all the citizens of a nation
freedom
preamble
the introduction to a declaration, constituion, or other offi…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
35 terms
Chapter 8: Government, Citizenship and Constitution
First Amendment
incriminate
Civil War Amendments
Nineteenth Amendments
Amendment to the United States Constitution that safeguards b…
To give evidence against
The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth amendments to the U…
A 1919 amendment to the United States Constitution that gives…
First Amendment
Amendment to the United States Constitution that safeguards b…
incriminate
To give evidence against
Chapter 8 Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
1830 - Voting Rights
1870 - Voting Rights
1920 - Voting Rights
1971 - Voting Rights
Most states, white men over 21 can vote
15th Amendment allows African American Men to vote
19th Amendment allows women to vote
The 26th Amendment allows Americans 18-21 to vote
1830 - Voting Rights
Most states, white men over 21 can vote
1870 - Voting Rights
15th Amendment allows African American Men to vote
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Chapter 8: Government, citizenship, and the constitution
Preamble
Domestic tranquility
Civilian
General welfare
Introduction to a declaration, constitution, or other officia…
Peace and order at home; one of the six schools defined in th…
Nonmilitary
Well-being of all the citizens of a nation; one of the six go…
Preamble
Introduction to a declaration, constitution, or other officia…
Domestic tranquility
Peace and order at home; one of the six schools defined in th…
16 terms
Vocabulary Chapter 8-- Government, Citizenship and the Constitution
domestic tranquility
general welfare
popular sovereignty
checks and balances
peace and order at home; a goal from the Preambe
well-being of all the citizens of a nation; a goal from the P…
a principle of Constitution that states that the people have…
principle of the Constitution that protects against abuse of…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home; a goal from the Preambe
general welfare
well-being of all the citizens of a nation; a goal from the P…
Chapter 8 - Government, Citizenship, and The Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
peace and order at home
nonmilitary
the well-being of all its citizens
Preamble
The opening statement, or introduction to the Constitution of…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home
24 terms
Social Studies- Government, Citizenship and the Constitution
Legislative
Executive
Judicial
House of Representatives
makes laws
makes sure laws are carried out
approves laws
representatives are based on population, but each state has a…
Legislative
makes laws
Executive
makes sure laws are carried out
16 terms
Topic 7 Vocab - Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
civilian
liberty
popular sovereignty
limited government
nonmilitary
freedom
in the mid-1800s, a term referring to the idea that each terr…
a principle of the United States Constitution that states tha…
civilian
nonmilitary
liberty
freedom
Citizenship,Systems of government,Our constitution
Consent of the governed
Civil liberties
Popular sovereignty
Unitary system
Being a citizen is an agreement between you and your government
Your rights provided by the constitution
Rule by the people
All powers are given to the national or central government
Consent of the governed
Being a citizen is an agreement between you and your government
Civil liberties
Your rights provided by the constitution
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Citizenship and the Constitution
popular sovereignty
representative democracy
federalism
separation of powers
The idea that political power belongs to the people
a government led by officials who are chosen by the people
A system in which power is shared between the national and st…
power is divided between the 3 branches of government (legisl…
popular sovereignty
The idea that political power belongs to the people
representative democracy
a government led by officials who are chosen by the people
37 terms
American Nation Ch 8: Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution
Preamble
domestic tranquility
civilian
general welfare
introduction to a declaration, constitution, or other officia…
peace and order at home; one of the six goals defined in the…
a nonmilitary citizen
Well being of all citizens of a nation, one of six goals in t…
Preamble
introduction to a declaration, constitution, or other officia…
domestic tranquility
peace and order at home; one of the six goals defined in the…
CHAPTER 8 Government, Citizenship, & the Constitution: Building Vocabulary
liberty
popular sovereighty
checks and balances
federalism
freedom
in the mid-1800s, a term referring to the idea that each terr…
a principle of the U.S. Constitution that gives each branch o…
a principle of the U.S. Constitution that establishes the div…
liberty
freedom
popular sovereighty
in the mid-1800s, a term referring to the idea that each terr…
citizenship and the constitution
federal system
impeach
veto
executive order
a system of government in which power is divided between a ce…
call into question the integrity or validity of (a practice )
a constitution right to reject a decision or proposal made by…
a rule or order issued by the president to an the president t…
federal system
a system of government in which power is divided between a ce…
impeach
call into question the integrity or validity of (a practice )
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Citizenship and the Constitution
representative democracy
delegated powers
elastic clause
reserved powers
A government that is composed of representatives of the people
Powers that are specifically granted to the federal governmen…
Article 1, Section 8, of the Constitution that has been inter…
Powers retained by the state governments or by citizens
representative democracy
A government that is composed of representatives of the people
delegated powers
Powers that are specifically granted to the federal governmen…
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