According to John Locke, in your own words, what is freedom, what is liberty

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Question 1

According to John Locke, in your own words, what is freedom, what is liberty, how are liberty and freedom related, how are liberty and freedom different?

Question 2

Based reading the U.S. Constitution, describe each of the following:

  • One check or balance that the federal executive branch has on the federal legislative branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal executive branch has on the federal judicial branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal legislative branch has on the federal executive branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal legislative branch has on the federal judicial branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal judicial branch has on the executive branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal judicial branch has on the federal legislative branch.

Be sure to cite what article and section that each check or balance is found in the U.S. Constitution.

Question 3

Discuss the failures of the Article of Confederation that led to creation the the U.S. Constitution?

Question 4

What is federalism? Describe the balance of power between the federal government and state governments. In your response you may want to discuss the supremacy clause, the 9th, 10th, and 14th amendments, as well as any relevant Supreme Court decisions.

Question 5

What are the three branches of government? Describe what each one does in your own words and in a few brief sentences

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ALWAYSORIGINAL
School: Purdue University

Here you go hun, please review and let me know of any revisions!

Running head: GOVERNMENT QUESTIONS

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Government Questions
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Question 1
Freedom is based upon the notation of one’s rights that they have in society. Those rights
are of life, health, liberty, and property. Freedom, in simpler terms, can also encompass what is
called an interpersonal relationship. Such relationship is regarded as being free to the extent that
not even the government can violate those rights and thus, the freedom and power intertwined
with the abilities to act, think, and say whatever with a hindrance to restraint put on them.
Liberty is the condition provided to individuals of their selves and property and are given the
liberty to do whatever as long as ethics and morals are adhered to. Each liberty and freedom are
different from one another because, with freedom, it doesn’t mean there is an exclusive ability to
do as ones will whereas liberty pertains to the absence of arbitrary restraints while also taking
into consideration others as well.
Question 2

federal legislative branch (Hamilton, A., Madison, J., & Jay, J., 1788).


Veto power



Congress and sessions



Legislation can be recommended



Appeals to the people pertaining to legislation

federal judicial branch.

The president can appoint the supreme court as well as the judge (La Porta, R., & Shleifer, A.,
2004).

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federal executive branch (Beck, T., Clarke, G., Groff, A., 2001).


This branch can override the presidents veteos if there is a two-thirds vote done, has the
power ...

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