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an economic system characterized by the private ownership of wealth-creating assets, free markets, and freedom of contract
a) Communism b) Capitalism c) d)
A set of beliefs that includes the limited role for the national government in helping individuals, support for traditional values and lifestyles, and a cautious response to change
a) Conservatism b) Liberal c) Democracy d) Fascism
The principle that the powers of government should be limited, usually by institutional checks
a) Limited government b) Oligarchy c) Popular sovereignty d)
The government to take private property for public use under the condition that just compensation is offered to the landowner
a) Eminent domain b) Fascism c) Socialism d)
The concept that ultimate political authority is based on the will of the people
a) Popular sovereignty b) Limited Government c) Representative democracy d)
Bicameral legislature
a) A legislature made up of two parts b) A legislature made up of one parts c) A legislature made up of three parts d) The branch that enforces the law
The compromise between the New Jersey and Virginia plans that created one chamber of the Congress based on population and one chamber representing each state equally
a) Connecticut Compromise b) South Dakota Compromise c) Wonderful Compromise d) New York Compromise
The principle of dividing governmental powers among different branches of government
a) Separation of powers b) Checks and balance c) d)
A system of government in which power is divided between a central government and regional governments.
a) Federal System b) Confederal System c) Unicameral System d)
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constitution in 1787. The Anti-Federalists were opposed to a strong central government
a) Anti-Federalist b) Federalist c) d)
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