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Title: Influence of the U.S. Constitution on World Political Systems


1
Influence of the U.S. Constitution on
WorldPolitical Systems
  • 10.1.3

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Principle Definition In the US Constitution In the world today
Federalism
Separation of Powers
Popular Sovereignty
Individual Rights
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Federalism
  • The national government and the state governments
    share power.

4
Separation of Powers
  • Government roles are divided among different
    branches, with no one branch holding all the
    power.

5
Popular Sovereignty
  • The government gets its authority from the people
    and reflects their will.

6
Individual Rights
  • Liberties and privileges are guaranteed to each
    citizen.

7
In the US Constitution
  • Write the following response in the box you
    believe matches under the In the US Constitution
    Section

8
  • There are three branches of government
    legislative (Congress), executive (the
    president), and judicial (the courts).

9
  • The Bill of Rights guarantees freedom of speech,
    religion, the press, and other rights.

10
  • The preamble says, We the people of the United
    States do ordain and establish this
    Constitution which indicates that government
    power comes from the people.

11
  • Powers are shared between the national government
    and the 50 state governments.

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In the world Today
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  • In South Africa, power is shared between the
    national government and the governments of the
    nine provinces.

14
  • South Korea has three branches of government
    parliament, a court system, and a president.

15
  • The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
    says that all human beings are born free and
    equal and should have certain rights.

16
  • The Japanese Constitution begins by saying that
    the governments power comes from the people and
    shall be used by them for their own benefit.

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Homework
  • Read through Prologue Section 4
  • (pgs.24-29).
  • Define all 7 terms
  • Answer Questions 3-5 in the section review
  • EVERYTHING NEEDS TO BE DONE IN YOUR NOTEBOOK!!!
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