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Seven Principles of Government

Quiz by Chad Pickens

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7 questions
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  • Q1
    What is popular sovereignty?
    Everyone must follow the law, including the president.
    The Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties.
    We the people rule by voting in elections.
    People elect their representatives.
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  • Q2
    What is Republicanism?
    We the people rule by voting in elections.
    The people vote for their political representatives.
    The Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties.
    Everyone must follow the law, even the president.
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  • Q3
    What is limited government?
    We the people rule by voting in elections.
    The people vote for their political representatives.
    The Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties.
    Everyone must follow the law, even the president.
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  • Q4
    What are individual rights?
    Everyone must follow the law, even the president.
    The Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties.
    We the people rule by voting in elections.
    People vote for their political representatives.
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  • Q5
    What is separation of powers?
    Power is divided between between the federal government and the states' government.
    The government is divided into two branches of government.
    Each branch of government can exercise checks over the other branches.
    The government is divided into three branches to avoid too much power for one branch.
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  • Q6
    What is Federalism?
    Power is divided between the central government and the state governments.
    Each branch of government can exercise checks over the other branches.
    The government is divided into three branches to avoid too much power for one branch.
    The government is divided into two branches of government.
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  • Q7
    What is checks and balances?
    Each branch of government can exercise checks over the other branches
    Power is divided between the central government and the states' government.
    The government is divided into three branches to avoid too much power for one branch.
    The government is divided into two branches of government.
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