7. Which of the following six organizing principles are evident in Articles I – III of the U.S. Constitution? Select all that apply.
A. Limited government.***
B. Separation of powers.
C. Judicial review.***
D. Checks and balances.
8. Which of the following did the Founding Fathers see as a benefit of the federal structure (Federalism) of government?
A. All the power is concentrated in the national government.
B. The power is divided between national and state governments.***
C. All the power is concentrated in the state and local governments.
D. The power is divided between the people and the government.
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7. Which of the following six organizing principles are evident in Articles I – III of the U.S. Constitution? Select all that apply. A. Limited government.*** B. Separation of powers. C. Judicial review.*** D. Checks and
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