The Seven Principals of Government
Principals of Power
By Joshua Bruno and Jacob Watts
How it is it used in the Constitution: allows the people to change the government by not doing what runs the government.
How it is used in the Constitution: Gives the Right to the people to exercise their power.
How it is used in the Constitution: Assigns certain powers to national government.
Separation of Powers
How it is used in the constitution: The power of the government is divided into equal powers among the the Three Branches, The Legislative, The Judicial, and The Executive Branch
Checks and Balences
How it is used in the Constitution: Allows the government Branches to cancel out other Branches from getting powerful, and to rely each of the Branches to get things done.
How it is used in the Constitution: prevents the government from getting to much power.
How it is used in the Constitution: Gives People the right to alter the government, or meet peacefully.
Date Ended: 11/1/12