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How is the principle of "rule of law" evident in the Constitution? A) It lists the laws of the country and gives states the power to enforce them. B) It creates a government that can make, enforce,
and review its own laws. C) It grants the executive branch the power to make and execute the laws. D) It provides a method for making laws that the court system carries out.
The best answer is A. It lists the laws of the country and gives the states the power to enforce them
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User: How is the principle of "rule of law" evident in the Constitution? A) It lists the laws of the country and gives states the power to enforce them. B) It creates a government that can make, enforce, and review its own laws. C) It grants the executive branch the power to make and execute the laws. D) It provides a method for making laws that the court system carries out.

Weegy: The best answer is A. It lists the laws of the country and gives the states the power to enforce them
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