1) Federalism

a) the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. the principle that the government's power over the individual is limited by constitutional constraints

  1. a political system in which power is shared by the national (federal) government and state governments

  1. People vote for their Representatives

  1. Popular Sovereignty

  1. the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. the power of the Judiciary branch to declare laws or other acts unconstitutional

  1. The Constitutional doctrine by which each branch can limit the power of the other two branches

  1. the Constitutional doctrine by which power is divided among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches

3) Separation of Power

  1.  political system in which power is shared by the national (federal) government and state governments

b) the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. the Constitutional doctrine by which power is divided among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches

  1. People vote for their Representatives

  1. Checks and Balances

  1. the Constitutional doctrine by which power is divided among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches

  1. The Constitutional doctrine by which each branch can limit the power of the other two branches

  1. the power of the Judiciary branch to declare laws or other acts unconstitutional

d) a political system in which power is shared by the national (federal) government and state governments

  1. Limited Government

  1. The Constitutional doctrine by which each branch can limit the power of the other two branches

  1. the principle that the government's power over the individual is limited by constitutional constraints

  1. the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. a political system in which power is shared by the national (federal) government and state governments

  1. Republicanism

a) People vote for their Representatives

  1. The Constitutional doctrine by which each branch can limit the power of the other two branches

  1. the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. the power of the Judiciary branch to declare laws or other acts unconstitutional

  1. Judicial Review

  1. the principle that the people are the source of government power

  1. The Constitutional doctrine by which each branch can limit the power of the other two branches

  1. People vote for their Representatives

d) the power of the Judiciary branch to declare laws or other acts unconstitutional