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Separation of Powers
a) The division of powers among the three branches of the national government. b) The division of the republic and the federal system. c) The division of powers among the three electoral colleges. d) The division of powers among the three branches of the fig tree.
Legislative Branch
a) The branch of government that makes the laws. b) The branch of government that has the power to enforce the laws. c) The branch of government that decides whether laws are working fairly. d) The branch of government that makes the judge legit.
Executive Branch
a) The branch of government that has the power to enforce the laws. b) The branch of government that decides whether laws are working fairly. c) The branch of government that makes the laws. d) The branch of government that has the power to execute democracy.
Judicial Branch
a) The branch of government that decides whether laws are working fairly. b) The branch of government that has the power to enforce the laws. c) The branch of government that makes the laws. d) The branch of government that decides who becomes a judge.
Electoral College
a) A group chosen by citizens to vote for the President. b) A group chosen by justices to vote for the President. c) A group chosen by citizens to vote for the Cabinet. d) A group chosen by citizens to vote for College President.
Veto
a) To reject. b) To approve. c) To compromise. d) To impeach.
Impeach
a) To accuse a government official of a crime. b) To accuse a government official of a veto. c) To accuse a government official of a civic virtue. d) To accuse a President of eating too many peaches.
Justice
a) A judge. b) A member of the Justice League. c) A superhero. d) A police officer who is also known as the justice of the peace.
Rule of Law
a) The principle that every member of a society, even a ruler, must follow the law. b) The principle that accuses people in a fair trial. c) The principle that guarantees that people have the right to a fair electoral college. d) The principle that every member of a society, even a ruler, must follow the President of the U.S.
Amendment
a) A change. b) An idea for a new law. c) To approve. d) To reject.
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