Section B: Essence of The Constitution: Inside the Constitutional Convention; Checks and Balances—Separation of Powers; The Judicial Branch; Honorable Mention—The Supreme Court and The Justices; Judicial Review—Marbury v. Madison 1803; The Executive and Legislative Branches; How Congress Works; Right to Privacy—Fourth Amendment of the Constitution


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  • Social Studies > Civics

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  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10




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SOC.9-10.14.A.4: Social Science

Analyze how local, state and national governments serve the purposes for which they were created.

SOC.9-10.14.F.4a: Social Science

Determine the historical events and processes that brought about changes in United States political ideas and traditions (e.g., the New Deal, Civil War).
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