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  • 1. Chapter 1, Section 1 Assignment Name_________________________ 1. What is the difference between a government and a state? 2. Who holds the power in a dictatorship (the answer is not a dictator)? 3. What is the purpose of a constitution? 4. Give an example of a use of judicial power. 5. The United States is sovereign, but the city or town in which you live is not. Do you think that your community should be sovereign? Why or why not? 6. Explain this comment: Much of the thought upon which present-day democratic government rests began as a challenge to the theory of the divine right of kings. 7. Explain how the language of the Preamble reflects the idea of the social contract.
  • 2. Directions: For each “purpose of government,” create a picture that represents a time (in history) in which our government fulfilled (or didn’t fulfill) that purpose. Then score our present government on a scale of 1 to 10 on how well they fulfill that purpose (1 = terrible, 10 equals amazing). Form a More Perfect Union Score__________ Establish Justice Score__________ Ensure Domestic Tranquility Score__________ Provide for the Common Defense Score__________ Promote the General Welfare Score__________ Secure the Blessings of Liberty Score__________

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