1) The sharing of power between the state and the national government a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 2) People vote and are ruled by elected representatives a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 3) The power of the government is divided into three distinct branches-legislative, executive, and judicial a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 4) This system involves the different aspects of the government monitoring each other to prevent corruption and abuse of power a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 5) The U.S. Constitution lists the specific powers of the government and rules they must follow a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 6) The people are the ultimate source of power in government a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers 7) The government has a duty to secure and protect specific liberties granted to the people in the Constitution a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) individual rights 8) The president can veto a bill passed by Congress. This is an example of a) limited government b) republicanism c) federalism d) checks and balances e) popular sovereignty f) individual rights 9) The Senate has to confirm presidential appointments. This is an example of a) limited government b) checks and balances c) federalism d) separation of powers e) popular sovereignty f) individual rights 10) Members of House of Representatives are to be elected by the people every two years by the people of the states a) limited government b) checks and balances c) federalism d) separation of powers e) popular sovereignty f) individual rights 11) "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. a) limited government b) federalism c) checks and balances d) individual rights e) popular sovereignty f) separation of powers

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