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Outline of government

Form a More Perfect Union -
Establish Justice -
Insure Domestic Tranquility -
Provide for the Common Defense -
Promote the General Welfare -
Secure the Blessings of Liberty -

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1. History of government
History of government
Basic concepts of Government
Ordered government
Limited government
Representative government
Landmark English Documents
Magna Carta
Petition of Right
English Bill of Rights
English Colonies
Charter
Royal Colonies - New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia
Council
Bicameralism
Proprietary colonies - Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware
Unicameralism
Charter colonies - Connecticut and Rhode Island
The Coming of Independence
New England Confederation
Albany Plan of Union
Delegate
Boycott
Repeal
Popular sovereignty
Declaration of Independence
Critical Period
Articles of Confederation
Ratification
Presiding Officer
Creating and Ratifying the Constitution
Framers of the Constitution -
Virginia Plan -
New Jersey Plan -
Connecticut Compromise -
Three-Fifths Compromise -
Slave Trade Compromise -
Federalists -
Anti-Federalists -
Quorum -

2. Forms of government Who Can Participate
Democracy -
Dictatorship -
Autocracy -
Oligarchy -
Geographic Distribution of Power
Unitary government -
Federal government -
Confederate government Confederation -
Relationship Between Legislative and Executive Powers
Presidential government -
Parliamentary government -

3. The Constitution Basic Principles
Popular Sovereignty
Limited Government
Rule of law
Constitutionalism
Separation of powers
Checks and balances
Veto
Judicial review
Unconstitutional
Federalism

4. Legislature
Chambers
Unicameralism Multicameralism Bicameralism Tricameralism Tetracameralism Upper house Senate Lower house
Parliament
Parliamentary system Parliamentary group Member of Parliament International parliament
Parliamentary procedure
Committee Quorum Motion no-confidence
Types
Congress Member of Congress City council Councillor The Estates
Legislator -
Committee member -
Trustee -
Delegate -
Partisan -
Politico -
Senator -
Money