Powers that are specifically denied to all levels of government are called:
What principle of the constitution provides for the authority of government to flow through the people?
How did the founding fathers apply their beliefs of separation of powers?
How many Amendments are there?
What does Article VI of the constitution cover?
Where can one find the civil war amendments?
Presidential succession amendment an be found in what group of amendments?
20th Century Amendments
The power to determine constitutionality of laws is a check and balance between what two branches o government?
Legislative and Judicial
In the Preamble, there is the quote "promote the general welfare." What does welfare mean?
Judicial Review is an example of what?
Judicial Implied Powers
What are Amendments?
Changes to the Constitutions
What principle of the constitution developed from the case Marbury vs. Madison?
What does Article I of the constitution cover?
In the Preamble, there is the quote "establish justice." What does justice mean?
The power to determine constitutionality of executive orders is a check and balance between what two branches of government?
Executive and Judicial