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Asked in Democracy
Why is limited government essential for a democracy?
Limited government is essential for a democracy because limited government is the restriction on the powers of the government. If these powers were restricted, then our democracy's leaders would have all the powers. ...
Asked in UK Government
Can a registered UK charity act as a government's enforcement agency?
In a very restricted sense. Some have specific restricted powers pertaining to their work. The RSPCA for instance. They cannot, by themselves, enforce the law. ...
Similarities between Indian pastrolists and massai herders?
they lost their land to colonial powers. , their land was transformed into cultivable land. , the movement was restricted. ...
Asked in Government
Which is the best description of how strict constructionists thought a liberal constructionist view would affect the nation?
the states' powers would be restricted and weakend.
Describe how the separation of powers prevents each branch of government from becoming too strong?
The Legislation branch is held back by Judicial Review & Executive Veto. The Executive is restricted by impeachment & mandamus & the Judicial branch is restricted by amendments & appointment. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Essays, Natural Disasters
Should there be strict guidelines for the president declaring a disaster?
If the President has restricted powers to declare a disaster, the only people hurt would be the citizens. Common sense should be the predominant factor, not a restricted law that would tie the president's hands. ...
What is a limited government?
The constitution limits the action of government by specifically listing power it does not have. A type of government in which its functions and powers are prescribed, limited, and restricted by law. The power of government to intervene in the exercise of civil liberties is restricted by law, usually in a written constitution...
What powers does the typical county government have?
County government function at the domestic level. While national issues are left to higher powers, county governments are restricted to issues of education, local law enforcement, economic development, and urban planning. ...
Asked in Government
What government was created by the glorious revolution?
the form of government England established during the glorious revolution was a constitutional monarchy. which means the powers of the ruler are restricted by the constitution and the laws of the country. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Central Powers
What powers does the government have?
The government of The United States of America has its powers enumerated in and restricted by the Constitution for the United States of America, where in: Article 1, Sections 8, 9 and 10 the Legislative branch is empowered and restricted; Article 2, Sections 2 and 3 the Executive branch is empowered; Article 3, Section 2 limits the cases that may be brought to the Supreme Court. *Note: the government, in reality, has any power that its people let it have. ...