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How does the U.S. Constitution reflect the principle of democracy? It creates a republic government, which is the same as democracy. Most of the people can elect leaders and petition the
government. It creates a republic form of government run by only a few officials. Most of the people have no role or effect on the legislative branch
U.S. Constitution reflect the principle of democracy wherein most of the people can elect leaders and petition the government.
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Which of the following is an example of a reserved power? granting professional licenses creating the post offices establishing an air force borrowing money
Weegy: Concurrent powers are powers that are held by both the federal government and the states or provinces that make up a federalist nation. They exist because states and federal governments have similar needs. [ Both typically need to keep people safe, support their economies, and punish wrongdoers. One of the most often cited examples of a concurrent power is taxation. In the United States, the federal government can tax its citizens and the states can tax their residents. This means that one person will pay both the federal income tax and the income taxes imposed by the state in which the person lives. The state and federal governments then use the money to pay for government needs and services. Other concurrent powers include the power to make roads, create lower courts, borrow money, create and enforce laws, and charter banks and corporations. These powers may vary depending on the nation. In cases where laws created by the states conflict with federal law, the states must conform to the federal law. Countries in which concurrent powers are shared between the federal and state governments include India, Canada, Australia, and the United States, among others. ] (More)
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