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American Government/Economics:Structure of the Constitution
The collective term for the first ten…
The body of the Constitution is divide…
The section of the Constitution which…
The Constitution is approved after nin…
Bill of Rights
Articles
Preamble
ratify
The collective term for the first ten…
Bill of Rights
The body of the Constitution is divide…
Articles
28 terms
Ndiaye Government and Economics mid-term - Principles of the Constitution
Democracy
Dictatorship
Oligarchy
Totalitarian Rule
a form of government in which the supreme power is retained b…
a form of government in which a ruler wields absolute power
A government ruled by a small group of individuals who author…
government that seeks to subordinate the individual to the st…
Democracy
a form of government in which the supreme power is retained b…
Dictatorship
a form of government in which a ruler wields absolute power
Government Constitution
checks and balances
federalism
judicial review
nobility
each branch of the government has ways to limit the power of…
the national government and the state governments share power
the power of the courts to decide if laws and other governmen…
kings, queens, and other royal positions
checks and balances
each branch of the government has ways to limit the power of…
federalism
the national government and the state governments share power
Government/Constitution
checks and balances
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Preamble
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Article 1... Congress
Article 2 ... Carries out the laws
A passage or speech which introduces another longer passage o…
checks and balances
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Legislative Branch
Article 1... Congress
23 terms
Government & Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Northwest ordiance
Constitutional Conventon
James Madison
Document that outlined the first form of government for the n…
Law for the orderly expansion of the Unite States ;Organized…
A meeting in 1787 to consider changes to the Articles of Conf…
¨Father of the Constitution¨
Articles of Confederation
Document that outlined the first form of government for the n…
Northwest ordiance
Law for the orderly expansion of the Unite States ;Organized…
constitution/government
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
LIMITED GOVERNMENT
FEDERALISM
SEPARATION OF POWERS
Our Declaration of Independence proclaimed, "All men are crea…
In this type of government everyone, including all authority…
A system of government in which a written constitution divide…
Constitutional division of powers among the legislative, exec…
POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
Our Declaration of Independence proclaimed, "All men are crea…
LIMITED GOVERNMENT
In this type of government everyone, including all authority…
55 terms
AP Government, Constitution+ Federalism
John Locke
Social Contract
Natural Rights
consent of the governed
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
...... Life, Liberty, and Property
the idea that government derives its authority by the sanctio…
John Locke
1632-1704. English philosopher whose Treatises of Government…
Social Contract
A voluntary agreement among individuals to secure their right…
30 terms
Constitution government
What is an alliance of separate govern…
What document create our first governm…
What type of government were Americans…
How was the tax passed in Massachusett…
Confederation
Articles of Confederation
A strong centeral government.
A specie
What is an alliance of separate govern…
Confederation
What document create our first governm…
Articles of Confederation
37 terms
economics assesment
demand
law of demand
3 factors that influence demand
substitution effect
the willingness and ability to buy or consume something
as price goes up, quantity demanded goes down.
sustitution effect, real income effect, diminishing marginal…
as the price of one good or service goes up, quantity demande…
demand
the willingness and ability to buy or consume something
law of demand
as price goes up, quantity demanded goes down.
35 terms
Government & Economics
Capitalism/market economy
Competition...why the "lifeblood" of c…
Laissez-faire economics
Law of supply and demand
Capitalism/market economy
Competition...why the "lifeblood" of c…
45 terms
Government and the Constitution
Federalist
Anti-federalist
Bill of Rights
Article of Confederation
Wanted a strong central government; wanted to ratify the Cons…
Wanted strong state governments; opposed the Constitution wit…
The first 10 amendments to the Constitution; without these th…
First set of laws for the US; weak central gov't (states had…
Federalist
Wanted a strong central government; wanted to ratify the Cons…
Anti-federalist
Wanted strong state governments; opposed the Constitution wit…
302 terms
Government & Economics
George Washington
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Father of His Country. American Cincinnatus. American Fabius
His Vice-President was John Adams (1789-1797)
The Colossus of Independence. Old Rotundity. Old Sink or Swim
The Apostle of Democracy. The Sage of Monticello. The Man of…
George Washington
Father of His Country. American Cincinnatus. American Fabius
George Washington
His Vice-President was John Adams (1789-1797)
Constitution and Government
Executive, Legislative, Judicial
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 17, 1787
Articles of Confederation
The 3 branches of government
City and State where the constitutional convention took place
The date that the constitution was signed
The rules the states followed before the constitution
Executive, Legislative, Judicial
The 3 branches of government
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
City and State where the constitutional convention took place
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
8 terms
Ndiaye Government and Economics mid-term - Basic Principles of the Constitution and other terms
Popular sovereignty
separation of powers
Limited government
checks and balances
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people of the cou…
the division of powers among branches of government
a government whose powers are defined and limited by a consti…
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Popular sovereignty
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people of the cou…
separation of powers
the division of powers among branches of government
50 terms
Government&EconomicsUnit1Exam
Divine Right
Absolute Monarch
Constitutional Monarch
Direct Democracy
King James the first of England believed that Kings were infa…
Since King James did whatever he pleased and was not restrict…
Queen Elizabeth II is Britian's current monarch. Her power is…
Cleisthenes -gained power around 500 B.C. Cliesthenes came fr…
Divine Right
King James the first of England believed that Kings were infa…
Absolute Monarch
Since King James did whatever he pleased and was not restrict…
29 terms
The Constitution and Government
bill
amendment
ratify
impeach
a proposed law
an addition made after the Constitution was signed
to approve
to accuse a federal officer of wrong doing
bill
a proposed law
amendment
an addition made after the Constitution was signed
128 terms
Government&EconomicsFinal
Resolution
Declaration
Grievance
Self-evident
A public statement is a _____________________.
A formal opinion in writing is known as a ___________________…
A complaint is a ________________________.
If something is obvious, it is ______________ _______________…
Resolution
A public statement is a _____________________.
Declaration
A formal opinion in writing is known as a ___________________…
50 terms
Government&EconomicsUnit1Exam
Divine Right
Absolute Monarch
Constitutional Monarch
Direct Democracy
King James the first of England believed that Kings were infa…
Since King James did whatever he pleased and was not restrict…
Queen Elizabeth II is Britian's current monarch. Her power is…
Cleisthenes -gained power around 500 B.C. Cliesthenes came fr…
Divine Right
King James the first of England believed that Kings were infa…
Absolute Monarch
Since King James did whatever he pleased and was not restrict…
10 terms
Constitution and government
federalism
constitution
laws
president
a government in which power is shared between the national go…
a document that describes the systems and laws on how a count…
a rule made by the government
the head of the government
federalism
a government in which power is shared between the national go…
constitution
a document that describes the systems and laws on how a count…
52 terms
Government & Economics Midterm Vocabulary
Anarchy
Aristocracy
Autocracy/Totalitarianism
Command Economy
The absence of any form of government
Rule by a wealthy ruling classs
Dictator style governments where rulers take power by force,…
A type of economic system where the government controls spend…
Anarchy
The absence of any form of government
Aristocracy
Rule by a wealthy ruling classs
22 terms
Government -- the Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Shays' Rebellion
the Constitution
separation of powers
first constitution of the United States which failed due to t…
violent protest led by farmers which exposed the weakness of…
document which established the government still used by the U…
divides the three fundamental functions of government into di…
Articles of Confederation
first constitution of the United States which failed due to t…
Shays' Rebellion
violent protest led by farmers which exposed the weakness of…
30 terms
Government & the Constitution
Preamble
Posterity
Welfare
Domestic
the introduction to the U.S. Constitution
Future generations.
the health, prosperity, and happiness of the members of a com…
native to something at home, not foreign
Preamble
the introduction to the U.S. Constitution
Posterity
Future generations.
40 terms
Government--Constitution
legislative
confederation
population
judicial
the branch that makes the laws, can make any laws that are ne…
group of individuals or states loosely united for a purpose
the number of votes a state gets in the House of Representati…
the branch that determines if laws are constitutional, decide…
legislative
the branch that makes the laws, can make any laws that are ne…
confederation
group of individuals or states loosely united for a purpose
34 terms
Principles of American Government and the Constitution
Popular Sovereignty
Rule of Law
Separation of Powers
Judicial Review
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people.
The principle that every member of a society, even a ruler, m…
The distribution of power and authority among the legislative…
The power of the courts to determine the constitutionality of…
Popular Sovereignty
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people.
Rule of Law
The principle that every member of a society, even a ruler, m…
31 terms
Constitution/Government
What is the supreme law of the land?
What do you call a change to the const…
What do we call the first ten amendmen…
List the branches of Government
Constitution
Amendment
Bill of Rights
Judicial, executive, and legislative
What is the supreme law of the land?
Constitution
What do you call a change to the const…
Amendment
Constitution and Government
federalism
constitution
republicanism
ratify
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A form of government in which people elect representatives to…
To approve
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
Government & Economics
Democracy
Republic
Theocracy
Constitutional Monarchy
Everyone votes on laws
People elect representatives
Government based in religion
A King or Queen is present, but country ruled by Prime Minister
Democracy
Everyone votes on laws
Republic
People elect representatives
Government & Economics
Democracy
Republic
Theocracy
Constitutional Monarchy
Everyone votes on laws
People elect representatives
Government based in religion
A King or Queen is present, but country ruled by Prime Minister
Democracy
Everyone votes on laws
Republic
People elect representatives
Economics & Government
Eminent Domain
Price Gouging
Markets
Tariff
A right of a government to take private property for public u…
When prices are set "too high". Usually occurs in a time of c…
Where buyers and sellers interact. They bring us what we want…
A tax on imports or exports. They are placed on foreign produ…
Eminent Domain
A right of a government to take private property for public u…
Price Gouging
When prices are set "too high". Usually occurs in a time of c…
31 terms
Government/Constitution
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Protects the rights of every American. It defines the freedom…
Guarantees Americans the right to bear arms, or own guns.
Prevents the government from forcing citizens to shelter sold…
Protects the privacy of American citizens. It prohibits, or p…
Amendment 1
Protects the rights of every American. It defines the freedom…
Amendment 2
Guarantees Americans the right to bear arms, or own guns.
Constitution & Government
Articles of Confederation
Checks and Balances
Preamble
Constitution
The nation's first constitution, was adopted by the Second Co…
By creating three branches of government, the delegates built…
Introduction to the Constitution, explains the 6 purposes of…
A detailed written plan for a government; a list of basic law…
Articles of Confederation
The nation's first constitution, was adopted by the Second Co…
Checks and Balances
By creating three branches of government, the delegates built…
92 terms
Government Unit 3 - The Constitution
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
The article outlining the legislative branch
The article outlining the executive branch
The article outlining the judicial branch
The article outlining how the states will relate with other s…
Article I
The article outlining the legislative branch
Article II
The article outlining the executive branch
75 terms
Constitution & Government
unconstitutional
unanimous
George Mason
economics
what the Supreme Court rules if something is against the Cons…
in complete agreement
father of the "Bill of Rights"
how a nation decide who gets what RESOURCES; $$
unconstitutional
what the Supreme Court rules if something is against the Cons…
unanimous
in complete agreement
32 terms
Government & Economics
Capitalism/market economy
Competition...why the "lifeblood" of c…
Laissez-faire economics
Law of supply and demand
An economic and political system characterized by a free mark…
it is the lifeblood because it helps prevent monopolys from f…
It describes a system that opposes interference by the govern…
the effect that the availability of a particular product and…
Capitalism/market economy
An economic and political system characterized by a free mark…
Competition...why the "lifeblood" of c…
it is the lifeblood because it helps prevent monopolys from f…
9 terms
Constitution and Government
Constitution
Unwritten constitution
Written constitution
Supreme law
A plan of government
A collection of laws, traditions ,and court decisions that de…
A document stating the rules and principals on which a nation…
The rules that shape the actions of government and the people
Constitution
A plan of government
Unwritten constitution
A collection of laws, traditions ,and court decisions that de…
30 terms
American Government : The Constitution
principle
articles
popular sovereignty
limited government
a basic truth, law, or ideal of behavior
a numbered section of a document such as the constitution
a basic principles of american government in which the people…
the principle that government has only those powers given to…
principle
a basic truth, law, or ideal of behavior
articles
a numbered section of a document such as the constitution
The Constitution/Government
This was the first from of government…
During the Articles of Confederation,…
This was a meeting of major American p…
This was the main reason for the Const…
The Articles of Confederation
States
The Constitutional Convention (1787)
The central government needed more power.
This was the first from of government…
The Articles of Confederation
During the Articles of Confederation,…
States
Constitutional Government
american dream
Annapolis convention
antifedralist
Articles of Confederation
a complex set of ideas that holds that the United States is a…
a convention held in September 1786 to consider problems of t…
opponents of ratification of the constitution and of a strong…
the first governing document of the confederated states, draf…
american dream
a complex set of ideas that holds that the United States is a…
Annapolis convention
a convention held in September 1786 to consider problems of t…
Constitution & Government
State of Nature
Union
Confederation
John Locke
condition in which no government or laws exist
number of persons, states, etc., joined or associated togethe…
group of confederates, especially of states more or less perm…
well know English philosopher who lived from 1632-1704, who i…
State of Nature
condition in which no government or laws exist
Union
number of persons, states, etc., joined or associated togethe…
22 terms
Government: Economics
insourcing
outsourcing
flat tax
Communist countries today
The use of resources within the firm to provide products or s…
Contracting with another company, usually abroad, to have it…
taxes that stay the same. Example social security tax, sales…
China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam
insourcing
The use of resources within the firm to provide products or s…
outsourcing
Contracting with another company, usually abroad, to have it…
10 terms
Constitution and Government
Amendment
Petition
Nationalism
Constitution
A change to a document
A request for something
Feelings of patriotism towards one's country
A set of principles that a state or organization are set to b…
Amendment
A change to a document
Petition
A request for something
53 terms
government and constitution
purposes of government
declaration of independence
articles of confederation
constitution
provide national security= provide public services= provide o…
document stated that power cam from the people( popular sover…
document was the first form of government for the united stat…
the outline of the government of the united states and also p…
purposes of government
provide national security= provide public services= provide o…
declaration of independence
document stated that power cam from the people( popular sover…
Government: The Constitution
popular sovereignty
check and balances
judicial review
limited government
concept that the government's authority is created and sustai…
system that gives each branch of government the power to chan…
legislative & executive actions are allowed to be reviewed by…
principle that the power the government has is limited by the…
popular sovereignty
concept that the government's authority is created and sustai…
check and balances
system that gives each branch of government the power to chan…
17 terms
Government and the Constitution
Preamble
Amendments
Bill of Rights
Precedent
the introduction to the Constitution that outlines why the Co…
changes or additions to the constitution - there are 27
first ten amendments to the Constitution - protects citizens'…
a tradition
Preamble
the introduction to the Constitution that outlines why the Co…
Amendments
changes or additions to the constitution - there are 27
15 terms
Constitution and Government
State of Nature
Purpose of a goverment
Life
Liberty
A condition in which no government or laws.
To protect the Natural Right of the people.
People want to survive.
People want to be free as possible.
State of Nature
A condition in which no government or laws.
Purpose of a goverment
To protect the Natural Right of the people.
12 terms
US Constitution Principles of Government
government
Constitution
vote
law
An organization that creates laws to govern a country.
a document that is the plan for the government of the United…
To express your opinion or cast a ballot
A rule or set of rules
government
An organization that creates laws to govern a country.
Constitution
a document that is the plan for the government of the United…
10 terms
Constitution / Government
checks and balances
separation of powers
constitution
political party
The ability of each branch of government to limit the powers…
The division of government roles in which each branch is give…
A written plan that provides the basic framework of a governm…
An alliance of people with similar philosophies and policies…
checks and balances
The ability of each branch of government to limit the powers…
separation of powers
The division of government roles in which each branch is give…
8 terms
Constitution / Government
theocracy
autocracy
direct democracy
republic (representative or indirect d…
A government ruled by or subject to religious authority. A th…
A form of government in which a single individual rules. This…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
rule by representatives, Hold elections for leaders, represen…
theocracy
A government ruled by or subject to religious authority. A th…
autocracy
A form of government in which a single individual rules. This…
Constitution, Government, Election vocabulary
Constitution
article
preamble
Bill of Rights
the basic written principles and laws of the United States th…
seven sections of the U.S. Constitution that detail the core…
A statement attached to the beginning of the Constitution by…
first ten amendments to the US Constitution, ratified in 1791…
Constitution
the basic written principles and laws of the United States th…
article
seven sections of the U.S. Constitution that detail the core…
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