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Title: John Locke


1
John Locke
  • Who was he?
  • English Philosopher
  • What did he believe?
  • The purpose of government is to protect natural
    rights

2
Natural Rights
  • Give three examples of natural rights.

3
Natural Rights
  • Name three natural rights
  • Life
  • Liberty
  • Property

4
Thomas Jefferson
  • He was the author of which document?
  • Declaration of Independence
  • What else did he accomplish?
  • He was the 3rd US president

5
John Hancock
  • He was the key signer of the
  • Declaration of Independence
  • He was also president of the
  • 2nd Continental Congress

6
Compare and Contrast
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • John Adams

7
Comparison
  • Both served on the committee with
  • Jefferson
  • To write the
  • Declaration of Independence

8
Contrast
  • Adams later became
  • Our 2nd president
  • Franklin never served
  • As president

9
Magna Carta
  • Whose power did it limit?
  • The highest leader
  • What did it protect citizens from?
  • Tyranny
  • Which citizens were protected?
  • Nobles

10
English Bill of Rights
  • Protected citizens from which type of abuse?
  • Tyranny
  • Which citizens were protected?
  • All citizens

11
Mayflower Compact
  • What was its purpose?
  • To make just equal laws
  • A step towards which type of government?
  • Self government

12
First Amendment
  • What does it protect?
  • Individual freedoms

13
US Constitution
14
US Constitution
  • Organized using what format?
  • Articles
  • Changes within the format?
  • Amendments
  • Include whose rights?
  • Citizens rights

15
US Constitution
  • What did the document contain?
  • Ways the English government abused its power

16
Council-manager plan
  • What was the goal?
  • To run government like a business

17
A vs. B
  • Which is the plaintiff?
  • A
  • Which is the defendant?
  • B

18
Federal Courts
  • Its hears which type of cases?
  • Civil and
  • Criminal cases

19
Alabama Constitution
  • What year was the current constitution written?
  • 1901
  • What record does it hold?
  • Longest and most detailed constitution

20
Alabama Constitution
  • Goal of the writers?
  • Low taxes
  • Limited state services

21
Branches of Government
  • Legislative?
  • Congress

22
Branches of Government
  • Executive?
  • President

23
Branches of Government
  • Judicial?
  • Supreme Court

24
Powers of each branch
  • Congress
  • Makes the law

25
Powers of each branch
  • President?
  • Carry out the laws

26
Powers of each branch
  • Supreme Court
  • Interpret the laws

27
Checks and Balances between branches
  • Judicial check on legislative?
  • Declare laws unconstitutional
  • Executive check on Judicial?
  • Appointment of federal judges

28
Checks and Balances between branches
  • Legislative check on Executive?
  • Has to approve appointment of judges
  • Executive check on Legislative?
  • Veto laws passed by Congress

29
Checks and Balances between branches
  • Legislative check on judicial
  • An amendment to the constitution can change
  • A supreme court decision

30
Duties of the President
  • Serve as chief diplomat
  • Commander and chief over military
  • Create foreign policy

31
US Supreme Court
  • Classification?
  • the highest court in the land
  • Types of cases it hears?
  • Cases about Constitutional issues

32
Forms of government
  • Dictatorship
  • Leaders usually take power by force

33
Forms of government
  • Democracy
  • Leaders are voted into office
  • A persons opinion is important

34
Forms of government
  • Monarchy
  • Dictator inherits power

35
Saudi Arabia
  • What form of government does it have?
  • monarchy

36
Great Britain
  • What form of government does it have?
  • Constitutional monarchy

37
Contrast rights, privileges, duties, and
responsibilities
  • Obeying the laws, defending the nation
  • Are examples of ones
  • duty

38
Contrast rights, privileges, duties, and
responsibilities
  • Serving on a jury or serving as a witness
  • Are examples of
  • duty

39
Contrast rights, privileges, duties, and
responsibilities
  • Raising money to buy food for the elderly
  • Is an example of ones
  • responsibility

40
Contrast rights, privileges, duties, and
responsibilities
  • Practicing religion, holding an elected office, a
    fair trail
  • Are examples of ones
  • rights

41
Contrast rights, privileges, duties, and
responsibilities
  • Citizens have the power to decide what the
    government
  • Will and will not do
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