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The Constitution divides the U.S. government into three branches that can each stop, or check, actions of the other branches. This division of power is a result of the principle of

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  1. raimelgarcia5
    • 3 years ago
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    rule of law individual rights limited government representative government they got this options.. i just dont know where to choose btween representative gov, or limited gov...

  2. Opcode
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    The Constitution divides the U.S. government into three branches that can each stop, or check, actions of the other branches. This division of power is a result of the principle of "checks and balances." Should be the correct answer. But since it isn't a choice I'd go with: Limited government, because checks and balances, limited how much the government could interfere. Now let's take a look at: "representative government." Representative government: And elected person chosen by the citizens of the land to make decisions on their behalf & to represent them in the legislative assembly.

  3. Opcode
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    So you see it correctly it's "limited government" for the answer.

  4. raimelgarcia5
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    got it... :-)

  5. raimelgarcia5
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    thanks :)

  6. Opcode
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    No problem :)

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