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Honors US Government The Constitution
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
Legislative Branch Main Office/Title
Makes laws
enforce laws
interpret laws
Congress, House of Reps, Senate
Legislative Branch
Makes laws
Executive Branch
enforce laws
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US Government and Politics: CONSTITUTION
Federalism
Federal gov't
Enumerated power
Implied power
Power is divided between national + state gov't
National gov't
Federal power specifically mentioned in the constitution i.e.…
Not specifically in the constitution — but links to specific…
Federalism
Power is divided between national + state gov't
Federal gov't
National gov't
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US Government & Politics- The Constitution
Describe the process of constitutional…
Describe the 'Bill of Rights'.
What is the most recent history of ame…
Why is the constitution amended so rar…
The founding fathers wanted to make the amendment process a d…
These 10 amendments were the first to be proposed by congress…
During the presidency of Bill Clinton, there were 18 votes on…
> The founding fathers made it a difficult process with super…
Describe the process of constitutional…
The founding fathers wanted to make the amendment process a d…
Describe the 'Bill of Rights'.
These 10 amendments were the first to be proposed by congress…
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AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
US Government Honors - Amendments to the Constitution
Congress shall make no law.
Respecting the establishment of religi…
Prohibiting the free exercise thereof.…
Abridging the freedom of speech (Free…
Amendment One
Amendment One
Amendment One
Amendment One
Congress shall make no law.
Amendment One
Respecting the establishment of religi…
Amendment One
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AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
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AP US Government and Politics - Ch 2: The Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Constitution
Constitutional Convention
Declaration of Independence
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
A set of principles, either written or unwritten, that makes…
(1787) A meeting of delegates in Philadelphia charged with dr…
(1776) A document declaring the American colonists' intention…
Articles of Confederation
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
Constitution
A set of principles, either written or unwritten, that makes…
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US 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
AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
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AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
The Anti-Federalists were opposed to a strong central governm…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
The Anti-Federalists were opposed to a strong central governm…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
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AP US Government/Politics Chapter 2: The Constitution
Mercantilism
Stamp Act Congress
Committees of Correspondence
First Continental Congress
An economic theory designed to increase a nation's wealth thr…
Meeting of representatives of nine of thirteen colonies held…
Organizations in each of the American colonies created to kee…
Meeting held in Philadelphia from September 5 to October 26,…
Mercantilism
An economic theory designed to increase a nation's wealth thr…
Stamp Act Congress
Meeting of representatives of nine of thirteen colonies held…
AP US Government and Politics constitutional amendments
Marbury v. Madison (1803)
McCullough v. Maryland (1819)
Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857)
This case established the Supreme Court's power of Judicial R…
In establishing a national bank, Congress was legally applyin…
Regulating interstate commerce is a power reserved to the fed…
Outlawed Missouri Compromise. Denial of slavery was a 5th ame…
Marbury v. Madison (1803)
This case established the Supreme Court's power of Judicial R…
McCullough v. Maryland (1819)
In establishing a national bank, Congress was legally applyin…
AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
Honors US Government: Unit 1 Politics and Media
Political socialization
Peer group
Mass media
Political culture
When individuals learn their beliefs through family, friends,…
An individual's close friends, religious group, clubs and wor…
All the means for communicating information to the general pu…
A set of basic values and beliefs about a nation and its gove…
Political socialization
When individuals learn their beliefs through family, friends,…
Peer group
An individual's close friends, religious group, clubs and wor…
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AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
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AP Government: Political Landscapes and the US Constitution
Matriarchal
Patriarchal
Why did societies become patriarchal?
Why did theologies become patriarchal?
Women centered/run government
Men centered/run government
The rise of the warrior class
The societies became patriarchal
Matriarchal
Women centered/run government
Patriarchal
Men centered/run government
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Honors US Government: Unit 2 Political Behavior
Political Party
Major Parties
Minor Parties
Single-member District
A political party is a group of voters organized to support c…
A major party is a political party that holds substantial inf…
Minor parties in the U.S. include the Libertarian Party, the…
A single-member district or single-member constituency is an…
Political Party
A political party is a group of voters organized to support c…
Major Parties
A major party is a political party that holds substantial inf…
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AP US Government and Politics Ch 2 Vocab (The Constitution)
Constitution
Natural Rights
Declaration of Independence
Articles of Confederation
A set of principle, either written or unwritten, that makes u…
Rights of all human beings that are ordained by God, can be d…
A document written in 1776 declaring the colonists' intention…
The government charter of the states in 1776 until the Consti…
Constitution
A set of principle, either written or unwritten, that makes u…
Natural Rights
Rights of all human beings that are ordained by God, can be d…
AP US Government and Politics Vocab - Unit 3 The Constitution
bicameral
checks and balances
elastic clause
electoral college
a two-house legislature.
a key aspect of the Constitution of the United States protect…
found in Article I Section 8 of the Constitution, it gives Co…
consists of presidential electors from each state. The number…
bicameral
a two-house legislature.
checks and balances
a key aspect of the Constitution of the United States protect…
AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
AP US government & politics summer assignment (US constitution)
How often are Representatives to be el…
Which amendment gave government the po…
How old must a Representative be to be…
How long is the term for a senator?
Every two years
16th amendment
25 or older
Six years
How often are Representatives to be el…
Every two years
Which amendment gave government the po…
16th amendment
AP US Government and Politics Vocab - Unit 2 Constitutional Foundations
anti-federalists
articles of confederation
connecticut comprimise
consent of the governed
led by Thomas Jefferson, one of the first political parties u…
the first adopted written constitution of the newly independe…
offered at the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia, it…
a derivative of the doctrine of natural rights; a philosophy,…
anti-federalists
led by Thomas Jefferson, one of the first political parties u…
articles of confederation
the first adopted written constitution of the newly independe…
Government & Politics | Constitution
Amendment I
Amendment II
Amendment III
Amendment IV
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of re…
Oh my! Controversial!... "A well regulated Militia, being neces…
"No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house…
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, house…
Amendment I
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of re…
Amendment II
Oh my! Controversial!... "A well regulated Militia, being neces…
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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…
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Honors Government -Constitution Review
Article I Section 1
Article I Section 2 Clause 1
Article I Section 2 Clause 2
Article I Section 2 Clause 4
Creates Congress, with the House of Representatives and the S…
How to elect a member of the House of Representatives.
Determines how many representatives per state.
Vacancies in the House will be filled by the state where they…
Article I Section 1
Creates Congress, with the House of Representatives and the S…
Article I Section 2 Clause 1
How to elect a member of the House of Representatives.
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Honors Government Constitution Final
John Adams
George Washington
James Madison
Thomas Hobbes
Ambassador to Great Britain... From Massachusetts ... Didn't attend…
Presiding officer of Constitutional Convention
"Father of the Constitution"... Delegate of Virginia for Congres…
Social Contract... Establish civil society... Leviathan
John Adams
Ambassador to Great Britain... From Massachusetts ... Didn't attend…
George Washington
Presiding officer of Constitutional Convention
Mrs. Moll's AP US Government and Politics - Constitution
Advice and Consent
Annapolis Convention
Articles of Confederation
Bicameralism
a legal expression in the United States Constitution that all…
A convention held in September 1786 to consider problems of t…
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
A legislative body where power is shared by two separate cham…
Advice and Consent
a legal expression in the United States Constitution that all…
Annapolis Convention
A convention held in September 1786 to consider problems of t…
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Honors US Constitution Exam
All of the following are considered en…
Jefferson expressed the wish that in t…
How much money do govts generally say…
Where must all revenue bills originate?
Setting up the first national bank of the US
Go into debt
All they can get
House of Reps
All of the following are considered en…
Setting up the first national bank of the US
Jefferson expressed the wish that in t…
Go into debt
Waymire Honors government Constitution
Constitution
Framers
Article
Article 1
Structure of framework
Those who wrote the constituition
Section of legal document
Legislative Department (laws)
Constitution
Structure of framework
Framers
Those who wrote the constituition
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US Government and Politics Plato unit 2 The Constitution Post-test
Majoritarianism
In what way does the supreme court che…
Under the articles of confederation, s…
John P. Roche describes the founding f…
The governemt should do what a majority of the people want
the court can declate legislation passed by congress unconsti…
states
Practical politicians striving to accomodate state and nation…
Majoritarianism
The governemt should do what a majority of the people want
In what way does the supreme court che…
the court can declate legislation passed by congress unconsti…
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AP Government and Politics: The Constitution
Congress
The Executive Branch
The Judiciary
25
Article I addresses ________.
Article II addresses ____________________.
Article III addresses _____________.
Members in the House of Representatives must be at least __ y…
Congress
Article I addresses ________.
The Executive Branch
Article II addresses ____________________.
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US Government - Chapter 3 : The Constitution
constitution
bicameral
confederation
Articles of Confederation
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
the first constitution of the United States
constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Honors Government: Constitution
House of Representatives Qualifications
Senator Qualifications
President Term
Powers of the President
25 years old, 7 years a citizen, residents within their states
30 years old, 9 years a citizen, inhabitant of that state
35 years old, 14 years a resident within the U.S.; 4 year ter…
Commander in Chief of the Army & Navy; to make treaties, prov…
House of Representatives Qualifications
25 years old, 7 years a citizen, residents within their states
Senator Qualifications
30 years old, 9 years a citizen, inhabitant of that state
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US Government Constitution Admendments
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, and Petition
Bear Arms
Quartering Troops
Search and Seziures
1st Amendment
Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, and Petition
2nd Amendment
Bear Arms
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AP US Government and Politics
activation
Adarand Constructors v. Peña
Affirmative Action
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
One of three key consequences of electoral campaigns for vote…
1995 SuCo decision: Federal programs that classify based on r…
A policy designed to give special compensation to a previousl…
Requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for the…
activation
One of three key consequences of electoral campaigns for vote…
Adarand Constructors v. Peña
1995 SuCo decision: Federal programs that classify based on r…
Honors government Constitution flashcards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Legislative Branch - membership
Executive Branch - means of removal
Judicial Branch - defines treason
Regulates states' powers and how they relate to the powers of…
Article 1
Legislative Branch - membership
Article 2
Executive Branch - means of removal
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US Government and Politics Unit 1 Review - The Parts of the Constitution Key Ideas
What are the three main parts of the C…
What did the Preamble spell out?
What did Article I deal with?
What did Article II deal with?
The Preamble, the Articles, and the Amendments.
The main ideas of the Constitution.
The Legislative Branch
The Executive Branch.
What are the three main parts of the C…
The Preamble, the Articles, and the Amendments.
What did the Preamble spell out?
The main ideas of the Constitution.
US Government and Politics Unit 1 Review - Ratifying the Constitution Key ideas
What group of people were pro-constitu…
What group of people were anti-Constit…
Who believed that the nation should ha…
Who believed that a strong federal gov…
The Federalists
The Anti-Federalists
The Federalists
The Anti-Federalists
What group of people were pro-constitu…
The Federalists
What group of people were anti-Constit…
The Anti-Federalists
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US Constitution Principles of Government
Separation of Powers
Checks and Balances
Federalism
Limited Government
Distribution of power among the 3 branches of government. The…
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
A form of government in which power is shared between the fed…
The Idea that the rules of the Constitution still apply to go…
Separation of Powers
Distribution of power among the 3 branches of government. The…
Checks and Balances
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
US GOVERNMENT & POLITICAL SCIENCE - STUDY GUIDE FOR THE CONSTITUTION TEST
Principles of the Constitution
Popular Sovereignty
Separation of Powers
Checks and Balances
1) Popular Sovereignty... 2) Separation of Powers... 3) Check…
A government created by and for the people.
Distribution of Functions/Responsibilities among the L.,J., a…
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Principles of the Constitution
1) Popular Sovereignty... 2) Separation of Powers... 3) Check…
Popular Sovereignty
A government created by and for the people.
Honors Government: Chapter 2- The Constitution
Who favored a strong national governme…
Who, generally, were Anti-Federalists
How many essays were in the Federalist…
Who were the 3 writers of the Federali…
Federalists
Farmers and Laborers
85
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay
Who favored a strong national governme…
Federalists
Who, generally, were Anti-Federalists
Farmers and Laborers
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US History Honors - Constitution
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
Bare arms - to protect yourself from the government
Quartering of troops - no soldier can go into somebody's hous…
Search and seizure - nobody from the military can search anot…
1st Amendment
Freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
2nd Amendment
Bare arms - to protect yourself from the government
AP US Government and Politics: Constitutional Underpinning and Federalism: Chapter 1-3
Antifederalists
Articles of Confederation
Bill of Rights
Block Grants
They opposed the ratification of the Constitution because it…
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
Although the Anti-Federalists failed to block the ratificatio…
Federal grants given more or less automatically to states or…
Antifederalists
They opposed the ratification of the Constitution because it…
Articles of Confederation
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
honors us history constitution
Judicial Branch
Executive Branch
Legislative Branch
Bicameral Legislature
Interprets the laws
Enforces the laws
Makes the laws
Two separate houses
Judicial Branch
Interprets the laws
Executive Branch
Enforces the laws
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AP US Government And Politics Test Vocab Unit 1-Constitutional Democracy
Democracy
Direct democracy
Representative democracy
Constitutional democracy
Government by the people, both directly or indirectly, with f…
Government in which citizens vote on laws and select official…
Government in which the people elect those who govern and pas…
A government that enforces recognized limits on those who gov…
Democracy
Government by the people, both directly or indirectly, with f…
Direct democracy
Government in which citizens vote on laws and select official…
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Honors US Constitution- Lesson 25
Name the 6 valuable lessons about taxa…
Why did the founders conclude, notwith…
The original Constitution imposed one…
The Founders learned by sad experience…
1. assessing in order to tax (checking how much to tax)... 2. in…
bc the government cant do anything without funding
congress can't impose any taxes on goods exported from any st…
taxes
Name the 6 valuable lessons about taxa…
1. assessing in order to tax (checking how much to tax)... 2. in…
Why did the founders conclude, notwith…
bc the government cant do anything without funding
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Government Amendments to the US Constitution
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms (guns).
No lodging of troops in private homes.
No illegal search and seizure. Police must have search warrant.
Amendment 1
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Amendment 2
Right to bear arms (guns).
AP US Government and Politics Supreme Court Cases, Constitution
Gitlow v New York
Palko v Connecticut
Chaplinksy v New Hampshire
Collin v Smith
Supreme Court says the First Amendment applies to states
Supreme Court says that states must observe all "fundamental"…
fighting words are not protected by the First Amendment
The Nazi party may march through a mostly Jewish neighborhood
Gitlow v New York
Supreme Court says the First Amendment applies to states
Palko v Connecticut
Supreme Court says that states must observe all "fundamental"…
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US Constitution: Branches of Government
Legislative
Executive
Judicial
President
branch that MAKES law
branch that ENFORCES the law
branch that INTERPRETS the law
Head of the Executive branch
Legislative
branch that MAKES law
Executive
branch that ENFORCES the law
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AP US Government and Politics: Chapter 2- The Constitution :3
Anti-Federalist
Bicameral Legislature
Checks and Balances
Confederation
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
A major principle of the American system of government whereb…
A political system in which states or regional governments re…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Bicameral Legislature
A legislature made up of two chambers, or parts. The U.S. Con…
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