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Section 1 political power. all political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights. ...

section 33 recall of elective officers
every elective public officer of the state of washington except judges of courts of record is subject to recall and discharge by the legal voters of the state, or of the political subdivision of the state, from which he was elected whenever a petition demanding his recall, reciting that such officer has committed some act or acts of malfeasance ... signed by the percentages of the qualified electors thereof, ...

Part A: what does section 1 of article i of the state constitution suggest about washington's state government?

A. it can be changed by amendment. holds absolute power over citizens. is secondary to federal government. serves the people of the state.

Part B: how does section 33 of article i reinforce this purpose?

A. it grants federal officials authority over state and local officials.
B. it makes government officials accountable to citizens.
C. it places limits on citizens' power of assembly and petition.
D. it signaled a rejection of foreign trade.

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  1. You just want me to answer the questions for you? Read the excerpts carefully and try to answer before asking us to do your reading for you please.

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