7 Principles

By Logan Paschal

Popular Sovereignty

The right for the final vote to be from the citizens of the United States.
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Republicanism

The right for the citizens of the United States to vote on a person like the president or governor or person that is running in office.
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Federalism

That power is divided between the United States government and the states government which gives some power to the states to make things different.
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Separation of Powers

Divides the power between Executive branch, Judicial branch, and the Legislative. Which give each branch equal powers.
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Checks and Balances

Each branch has different advantages over each other.
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Limited Government

The power that the government has is limited by the constitution because they have certain rules they can't change.
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Individual Rights

Rights that every American citizens have for example right to bear arms and freedom of speech and others.
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