7 principles of the constitution
By Taelor allen
Popular sovereignty is when the rest of a government decision is left up to the people almost similar to a vote. Popular sovereignty is mainly referred to in the preamble talking about the rights and freedom of the citizens
Republicanism is where people vote the electives who contribute to the government. Such as the president, senate, and Vice President. Article one, article two, and article three are the parts of the constitution that mention republicanism. Article one talks about forming a bicameral legislature, article two talks about electing a president and Vice President, and article three talks about the rights and guarantees of each state of the United States
Separation of powers
Separation of powers is where the three branches of government, executive, legislative, and judicial, are decided to each have their own job which makes the government. System to passing laws easier and more organized. The constitution talks about separation of powers in article 1,2, and 3.
Checks and balances
Checks and balances is similar to a game of paper rock sizzers except it can be called executive, legislative, executive. This is because checks and balances states that each brach has a way to control another branch .
Federalism is where the government and state are devided to have their own powers and rules but the government still has the power to control states if needed.