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Checks and balances The delegates distrusted the powerful central government controlled by one person or a group. So they established 3 separated branches to keep each other in check. The 3 branches were called Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.

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However there were many flaws with the loosely writen and established Articles. Many people were still very wary of a strong central government.

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Levels of the government chart and more. Great visuals. Site is written with 5th grade in mind but good ideas for our 3rd grade expedition.

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Jefferson vs. Hamilton: The debate over central banking and the big government that naturally accompanies it is as old as our Republic. In this scene, Thomas Jefferson argues against a central bank and a powerful central government and for an economy based on Freedom. Alexander Hamilton argues for a central bank, a national debt-based economy and federal government authority.

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Classroom Government Simulation- Making U.S. Government Relevant for Kids

Once students understand the basic ways that the U.S. Government works, we can make the classroom into a simulation for students to practice. Every two weeks students can move to a new branch of the government and learn about it.

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Top 10 Most Remarkable Coincidences in History

INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND. They were killed and it was blamed on some crazy guy and not the truth that it was a government conspiracy.

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