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Question 3 2 points Save The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and
provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called articles. amendments. principles. the Preamble. Question 4 2 points Save The twenty-seven additions or revisions to the Constitution are known as articles. amendments. principles. the Bill of Rights. Question 5 2 points Save Separation of powers means that each of the three branches has its own job and responsibilities. the Congress is composed of two houses the state and local governments have absolute authority only the national government can make laws. Question 6 2 points Save The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as popular sovereignty. checks and balances. federalism. judicial review.
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User: Question 3 2 points Save The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called articles. amendments. principles. the Preamble. Question 4 2 points Save The twenty-seven additions or revisions to the Constitution are known as articles. amendments. principles. the Bill of Rights. Question 5 2 points Save Separation of powers means that each of the three branches has its own job and responsibilities. the Congress is composed of two houses the state and local governments have absolute authority only the national government can make laws. Question 6 2 points Save The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as popular sovereignty. checks and balances. federalism. judicial review.

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User: Question 3 2 points Save The Constitution contains seven sections which outline the responsibilities of each of the branches of government, establishes the system of federalism, and provides for a means of revising the document. These sections are called ? Question 4 2 points Save The twenty-seven additions or revisions to the Constitution are known as? Question 5 2 points Save Separation of powers means that each of the three branches has its own job and responsibilities. Question 6 2 points Save The principle, which provides that some powers are given to the national government, others are reserved for the states, and some powers are shared is known as?

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