Purpose Of Government In The United States

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US Government Mr. Stamper Name._____________________________ Date. _________ VOCAB. CH-1 1. State 2. Federal Government 3. Government 4. Unitary Government 5. Sovereignty 6. Constitution 7. Autocracy 8. Democracy 9. Monarchy 10. Public Policy 11. Legislative Power 12. Executive Power 13. Judicial Power 14. Dictatorship 15. Oligarchy 16. Division of Powers 17. Confederation 18. Presidential Government 19. Parliamentary Government 20. Compromise 21. Free enterprise System 22. Law of supply and demand 23. mixed economy IDENTIFYING KEY TERMS Match each item with the correct statement below. You will not use all the terms. |a. |constitution…show more content…
|executive power | |c. |unitary government | |d. |parliamentary government | |e. |presidential government | |f. |legislative power…show more content…
If we begin to barter it away for bits of perceived tranquility or safety, then we erode the standard by which to measure the limits and prerogatives of government. Liberty and tranquility will become interchangeable and indistinguishable. Disagree: Liberty is not absolute in a democracy; rather, it must be tempered by decision making for the public good. The people as a whole, or their representatives, have the right to decide in favor of laws they feel protect them from danger or harm, provided these laws merely limit—but do not eliminate—individual
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