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The definitions of the attached terms need to be in layman terms (as if you are talking to a friend). Extremely basic. Then an example of the term. Each term must have at least 3 sentences. Page 2 is an example of the first 2 terms. The first 2 terms still need completion without copying the example. Please answer questions in word document/editable form

Economics
Mr. Taylor
Name
Date
Period
Unit 1 Federalism
ID must have at least 3 sentences explaining the term in regular “speak” along w/other
elements (see rubric). ID will be turned into turitin.com by Sunday night of the week they
are assigned
RUBRIC
Criteria
All or Nothing
Context/Relevancy
The ID is considering the
relationship to the
conversation of the unit,
leaving out any minutiae
Also, stays relevant to
the topic and stays out of
the abstract as much as
possible
1. Popular sovereignty
2. Social Contract
3. Confederation
4. John Locke
5. Natural rights
6. Bill of Rights
7. Articles of Confederation
8. Great Compromise
9. Federalist
10. Anti-Federalist
11. Judicial Review
12. Marbury v. Madison
13. Separation of Powers
14. Checks and Balances
15. Constituency
16. Formal Amendment
17. Informal Amendment
18. Federalism
19. Implied Powers
20. Delegated Powers
21. Concurrent Powers
22. McCollough v. Maryland
23. States’ Rights
24. Dual Federalism
25. Cooperative Federalism
Examples
The ID uses adequate
examples that would
resonate with the reader
The example brings to
life the claim made in the
statement
Rigor
Although the ID is meant
to be in a conversational
tone, it still conveys the
sentiment in an
academic manner
Audience
The tone of the ID is
conversational and would
resonate with an average
peer of the writer with
little to no prior
knowledge of the
concept
** you can’t explain it simply, you
don’t know it well enough
-Albert Einstein
1. Popular Sovereignty Popular sovereignty is basically saying the United States people do
what they want. It is allowing the “for the people, by the people” quote about the government. In
order for the goverment to work, people have to be willing to give up their authority for
protection from the government, so the people can experience the best in unison, but the people
are free to do what they want. For example, citizens have to be willing to give up choices that
are illegal, because it keeps themselves and others out of trouble.
2. Social Contract The social contract used is about the relationship between the government
and the people. The people have to give up their freedoms to be able to have the majority of the
voices heard. We expect the government to take care of us, but in order for that to be able to
happen, we must give up our immediate freedoms.

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