7 Principles of the Constitution
BY: Vignesh Soundararajan
Example: States have the power to conduct their schooling system the way they feel like it needs to be and the federal government doesn't.
Non-Example: The federal government having all the power.
6. Checks And Balances
Example: Every branch having its own limited powers
Non-Example: One branch having all the power.
7. Individual Rights
Example: Inalienable rights like life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Non-Example: Any other form of government that does not give these rights to people.