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What is an example of limited government in the U.S. Constitution?

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What is an example of limited government in the U.S. Constitution?

Limited Government:

Limited governments place restrictions on the powers of the state. All the true democracies of the world have limited governments, although they differ on what limitations they place on their leaders and institutions.

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An example of limited government can be found in the First Amendment to the US Constitution. This amendment forbids the government from establishing a...

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What is Limited Government? - Definition, Principle & Examples

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This lesson will provide insight on limited government and its principles as well as give some examples of limited government in society. Read on to learn more, then take a quiz to test your knowledge on limited government.


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