anonymous
  • anonymous
Imagine that an exchange student from China visits your class. While your teacher discusses how the United States has a limited government, the Chinese student raises his hand and asks why the government has limited power. Which point best highlights why the US government has limited power?
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3ssence
  • 3ssence
The U.S. Constitution best highlights the concept of limited government in the United States. The Constitution carefully and clearly outlines the defined and enumerated powers that are given to each branch of government as well as the federal relative to the state governments. This shows that the government is limited in the sense that it is restricted by law to rule only in the areas and matters which it has been allowed to rule in.
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