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The amendment process to the U.S. Constitution reflects the principle of?
The amendment process to the U.S. Constitution reflects the principle of federalism because it requires support from state and national governments.
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User: The amendment process to the U.S. Constitution reflects the principle of

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Weegy: The amendment process to the U.S. Constitution reflects the principle of federalism because it requires support from state and national governments.
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How is the principle of "rule of law" evident in the Constitution? a)It listes the laws of the country and gives states the power to enforce them. b)It creates a government that can make, enforce, and review its own laws. c)It grants the executive branch the power to make and execute the laws. d)It provides a method for making laws that the court system carries out.
Weegy: The best answer is A. It lists the laws of the country and gives the states the power to enforce them User: Which of the following statements accurately describes the relationship between the principle of "separation of powers" and the Articles of Confederation? Because the Articles of Confederation created a bicameral legislative branch that could make and enforce its laws, it clearly illustrates the principle of “separation of powers”. The Articles of Confederation created both a legislative branch and an executive branch, making this document a clear illustration of the principle of “separation of powers”. Because the Articles of Confederation created a central government that contained only a legislative branch, it does not reflect the principle of “separation of powers”. The Articles of Confederation created only a judicial branch that could interpret matters of law for the states, therefore it is a poor example of the principle of “separation of powers”. Weegy: the Articles of Confederation created a bicameral legislative branch that could make and enforce its laws, it clearly illustrates the principle of “separation of powers”. [ The Articles of Confederation created both a legislative branch and an executive branch, making this document a clear illustration of the principle of “separation of powers”. Because the Articles of Confederation created a central government that contained only a legislative branch, it does not reflect the principle of “separation of powers”. The Articles of Confederation created only a judicial branch that could interpret matters of law for the states ] (More)
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