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Jeopardy. Government. Early Statehood. Civil War. Dates. 1 1 1 1 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 20. What principle of government allows for the President to veto a bill passed by Congress? . Checks and Balances.

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Government

Early Statehood

Civil War

Dates

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what principle of government allows for the president to veto a bill passed by congress
What principle of government allows for the President to veto a bill passed by Congress?

Checks and Balances

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What is a system of fundamental principles that describe the form of government for a nation, state, or organization?

Constitution

how do we see separation of powers in government
How do we see separation of powers in government?

Three branches of government:

Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches

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Article 1 Section 2 of the Texas Constitution states that “All political power is inherent in the people.” What principle of government is reflected in this statement?

Popular Sovereignty

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Amendment 10 of the Bill of Rights discuses a system in which the federal government shares power with state governments. This is known as _________________________.

Federalism

why did many americans not want texas to be annexed into the united states
Why did many Americans not want Texas to be annexed into the United States?

They feared slavery would spread west

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What was the purpose of the following quote:“Mexico has passed the boundary of the U. S., has invaded our territory and shed American blood on American soil. “President James K. Polk

Declare war on Mexico

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What is the concept that if a state found a federal law harmful to their interests they should have the power to abolish it?

States’ Rights

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What technological innovation allowed for the plantation system to expand and the slave population to increase rapidly?

Cotton Gin

what are the three reconstruction amendments
What are the three reconstruction amendments?

13 – Freed all slaves

14 – Made all African American males citizens

15 – Gave all men the right to vote regardless of color

what concept means excessive devotion to local interests this helped to led the civil war
What concept means excessive devotion to local interests? This helped to led the Civil War.

Sectionalism

what is significant about the year 1836
What is significant about the year 1836?

Texas achieved its independence from Mexico

what is significant about the year 1901
What is significant about the year 1901?

Discovery of Oil at Spindletop

what is significant about the year 1845
What is significant about the year 1845?

Annexation of Texas into the United States.

what is significant about the year 1821
What is significant about the year 1821?

Mexico achieved its independence from Spain

what is significant about the year 1519
What is significant about the year 1519?

Alfonso de Pineda mapped the coast of Texas