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This document sets up a framework of government
a) Constitution b) Declaration of Independence c) popular sovereignty d) Federalism
These are the papers signed giving Texas their independence from Mexico
a) Law of April 06, 1830 b) Turtle Bayou Resolution c) Treaties of Velasco d) Bill of Rights
This structure of government gives most of the power to the people at a local level
a) Centralism b) Federalism c) Communism d) Socialism
Under this type of government structure most of the power lies with the federal government
a) Federalism b) Socialism c) Communism d) Centralism
In this branch of government there are two chambers or houses
a) Executive b) Judicial c) Legislative d) Congress
This is a part of the Legislative branch of government and it holds two chambers
a) House of Representatives b) Congress c) Senate d) Executive
This word describes something that is temporary
a) ad interm b) bicameral c) biennial d) noncombatant
This prevents any one of our branches of government from becoming too powerful
a) Bill of Rights b) Constitution c) Judicial Review d) separation of powers
These are a part of the Constitution which identify basic rights that our government can not take away from its citizens.
a) Constitution b) Bill of Rights c) Declaration of Rights d) amendments
A government in which all power comes from the people is called?
a) separation of powers b) independent c) popular sovereignty d) ratification
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